flounce

US [flaʊns]
UK [flaʊns]
  • n.(衣、裙、窗帘等的)荷叶边;(因气愤或想引人注意)猛的一动
  • v.骤动
  • Web暴跳;跳动;裙脚皱褶
Plural Form:flounces  Present Participle:flouncing  Past Tense:flounced  
flounce
v.
1.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
(因愤怒或烦躁等而)走动,急动,骤动,扭转to move somewhere in a way that draws attention to yourself, for example because you are angry or upset
She flounced out of the room.
她愤愤地冲出房间。
n.
1.
(衣、裙、窗帘等的)荷叶边a strip of cloth that is sewn around the edge of a skirt, dress, curtain, etc.
2.
(因气愤或想引人注意)猛的一动;故作夸张的动作a quick and exaggerated movement that you make when you are angry or want people to notice you
She left the room with a flounce.
她气冲冲地冲出房间。

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