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sling

US [slɪŋ]
UK [slɪŋ]
  • v.丢;挂;吊;遣送
  • n.(悬吊受伤手臂的)悬带;吊带;(用以背婴儿的)吊兜
  • Web吊索;投石索;吊起
Plural Form:slings  Past Tense:slung  Past Participle:slang slung  Present Participle:slinging  
sling
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v.
1.
(informal)
(随便地)扔,丢to throw sth somewhere in a careless way
Don't just sling your clothes on the floor.
不要把衣服往地板上一扔就不管了。
Sling me an apple, will you?
扔个苹果给我,好吗?
2.
[oftpass]
~ sth + adv./prep.
挂;吊to put sth somewhere where it hangs loosely
Her bag was slung over her shoulder.
她将包挎在肩上。
We slung a hammock between two trees.
我们在两棵树之间挂了一个吊床。
3.
[oftpass]
(informal)
~ sb + adv./prep.
遣送;押往;撵走;驱逐to put sb somewhere by force; to make sb leave somewhere
They were slung out of the club for fighting.
他们因打架被赶出了俱乐部。
IDM
sling your hook
(informal)
走开;滚蛋to go away
n.
1.
(悬吊受伤手臂的)悬带,吊腕带a band of cloth that is tied around a person's neck and used to support a broken or injured arm
He had his arm in a sling .
他用悬带吊着胳膊。
2.
(悬挂或起吊重物的)吊索,吊链,吊带a device consisting of a band, ropes, etc. for holding and lifting heavy objects
The engine was lifted in a sling of steel rope.
引擎用钢丝吊索吊了起来。
3.
(用以背婴儿的)吊兜a device like a bag for carrying a baby on your back or in front of you
4.
投石器(旧时武器)(in the past) a simple weapon made from a band of leather, etc., used for throwing stones

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