- move or cause to move at a great speed, typically in a wildly uncontrolled manner
verb: hurtle, 3rd person present: hurtles, gerund or present participle: hurtling, past tense: hurtled, past participle: hurtled
- 1. move or cause to move at a great speed, typically in a wildly uncontrolled manner a runaway car hurtled toward them the branch flew off and hurtled us into a ditch
- move or cause to move at high speed, typically in an uncontrolled manner: a runaway car hurtled towards them the trucks hurtled them through the grassland to the construction sites
...chunk of rock 400 times the City of London is set to hurtle (towards the Earth) ... 後面的結構好像有問題，可能打漏或打錯字了。因為...
...the disaster this morning, cause a Dalian knot car from went up north to hurtle in to go down south the driveway after, become the another to make track for to knock down...
...stroll together with friend, Met heavy rain as a result! We pour rain and hurtle to go home But went to a half we because of feeling hungry so...