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  1. flurry

    • IPA[ˈflərē]

    美式

    • n.
      a small swirling mass of something, especially snow or leaves, moved by sudden gusts of wind;a sudden short period of commotion or excitement
    • v.
      (especially of snow or leaves) be moved in small swirling masses by sudden gusts of wind;(of a person) move quickly in a busy or agitated way
    • noun: flurry, plural noun: flurries

    • verb: flurry, 3rd person present: flurries, gerund or present participle: flurrying, past tense: flurried, past participle: flurried

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small swirling mass of something, especially snow or leaves, moved by sudden gusts of wind:

      a flurry of snow

    • 2. a sudden short period of commotion or excitement:

      there was a brief flurry of activity in the hall

    • 3. a number of things arriving or happening during the same period:

      a flurry of editorials hostile to the administration

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (especially of snow or leaves) be moved in small swirling masses by sudden gusts of wind:

      gusts of snow flurried through the door

    • 2. (of a person) move quickly in a busy or agitated way:

      the waiter flurried between them

    • adj. (of a person) agitated, nervous, or anxious:

    • I sat down, feeling a little flurried and excited

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    • adj. agitated, nervous, or anxious:

    • Jack was never flurried

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    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[ˈflʌri]

    英式

    • n.
      a small swirling mass of something, especially snow or leaves, moved by sudden gusts of wind:
    • a flurry of snow
    • v.
      (especially of snow or leaves) be moved in small swirling masses by sudden gusts of wind:
    • gusts of snow flurried through the door

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