shamble

US [ˈʃæmb(ə)l]
UK ['ʃæmb(ə)l]
  • n.蹒跚;踉跄;蹒跚的脚步
  • v.拖着脚走;蹒跚
  • Web蹒跚而行;蹒跚地走;摇晃的脚步
Simple Present:shambles  Present Participle:shambling  Past Tense:shambled  
shamble
v.
1.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
拖着脚走;蹒跚to walk in an awkward or lazy way, dragging your feet along the ground

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