stutter

US [ˈstʌtər]
UK [ˈstʌtə(r)]
  • v.口吃;结结巴巴地说;突突地吃力行驶(或艰难启动、艰难运转)
  • n.口吃;结巴
  • Web磕巴;结巴着说话;结结巴巴地说话
Simple Present:stutters  Present Participle:stuttering  Past Tense:stuttered  
stutter
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v.
1.
[t][i]
口吃;结结巴巴地说to have difficulty speaking because you cannot stop yourself from repeating the first sound of some words several times
‘W-w-what?’ he stuttered.
“什…什…什么?”他结结巴巴地说。
I managed to stutter a reply.
我结结巴巴,好不容易应了一句。
2.
[i]
突突地吃力行驶(或艰难启动、艰难运转)to move or start with difficulty, making short sharp noises or movements
The car stuttered along in first gear.
汽车挂了一挡,突突地缓缓前进。
n.
1.
[sing]
口吃;结巴a speech problem in which a person finds it difficult to say the first sound of a word and repeats it several times
He had a terrible stutter.
他患严重口吃。

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