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  1. shuffle

    • IPA[ˈʃʌf(ə)l]

    英式

    • v.
      walk by dragging one's feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground;shift one's position while sitting or move one's feet while standing, typically because of boredom, nervousness, or embarrassment
    • n.
      a shuffling movement, walk, or sound;a quick dragging or scraping movement of the feet in dancing
    • verb: shuffle, 3rd person present: shuffles, gerund or present participle: shuffling, past tense: shuffled, past participle: shuffled

    • noun: shuffle, plural noun: shuffles

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    動詞

    • 1. walk by dragging one's feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground I stepped into my skis and shuffled to the edge of the steep slope 同義詞 shamble, drag one's feet, stumble, lumber, stagger, ... 更多
    • shift one's position while sitting or move one's feet while standing, typically because of boredom, nervousness, or embarrassment Christine shuffled uneasily in her chair Ben shuffled his feet in the awkward silence 同義詞 scrape, drag, scratch, grind, scuffle, ... 更多
    • put part of one's body into (an item of clothing), typically in a clumsy way she shuffled her feet into a pair of shoes
    • 2. rearrange (a pack of cards) by sliding them over each other quickly he shuffled the cards and cut the deck anybody who has played skat with my gran knows how to shuffle without dropping the cards 同義詞 mix, mix up, mingle, intermix, shift about, ... 更多
    • move (people or things) around so as to occupy different positions or to be in a different order my father shuffled his money around various building societies she shuffled her papers into a neat pile
    • play or arrange (tracks on a music player) in a random order the control lets you shuffle or skip songs by flicking the phone with your wrist
    • sort or look through (a number of things) hurriedly he shuffled through the papers
    • 3. archaic behave in a shifty or evasive manner Mr Milles did not frankly own it, but seem'd to shuffle about it
    • get out of (a difficult situation) in an underhand way he shuffles out of the consequences by vague charges of undue influence

    名詞

    • 1. a shuffling movement, walk, or sound there was a shuffle of approaching feet
    • a quick dragging or scraping movement of the feet in dancing Violet tried on a top hat and did a brief vaudeville shuffle
    • a dance performed with quick dragging or scraping movements of the feet.
    • a piece of music for or in the style of a shuffle it's the usual blend of boogie, shuffle, and ballad
    • a rhythmic motif based on a shuffle dance step and typical of early jazz, consisting of alternating crotchets and quavers in a triplet pattern.
    • 2. an act of shuffling a pack of cards the discard is removed from the deck until the next shuffle
    • a change of order or relative positions; a reshuffle the Prime Minister may have to consider a cabinet shuffle in the spring
    • a facility on a music player for playing tracks in an arbitrary order I had my iPod on shuffle and ‘Eleanor Rigby’ just happened to begin playing a shuffle facility
    • 3. archaic a piece of equivocation or subterfuge.
    • n.
      a dance in which a person makes shuffling movements twice with each foot alternately.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      get out of or avoid a responsibility or obligation

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    • ph.
      get out of or avoid a responsibility or obligation

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      make a different use of one's available options or resources

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      make a different use of one's available options or resources

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    • ph.
      overlooked or missed in a confused or crowded situation

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    • ph.
      overlooked or missed in a confused or crowded situation

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    • ph.
      die

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    美式

    • v.
      walk by dragging one's feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground: I stepped into my skis and shuffled to the edge of the steep slope
    • n.
      a shuffling movement, walk, or sound: there was a shuffle of approaching feet

    Oxford American Dictionary