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  1. sling

    • IPA[slɪŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      a flexible strap or belt used in the form of a loop to support or raise a hanging weight;a bandage or soft strap looped round the neck to support an injured arm
    • v.
      suspend or arrange (something), especially with a strap or straps, so that it hangs loosely in a particular position;carry (something, especially a garment) loosely and casually about one's person
    • verb: sling, 3rd person present: slings, gerund or present participle: slinging, past tense: slung, past participle: slung

    • noun: sling, plural noun: slings

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    名詞

    • 1. a flexible strap or belt used in the form of a loop to support or raise a hanging weight the horse had to be supported by a sling fixed to the roof
    • a bandage or soft strap looped round the neck to support an injured arm she had her arm in a sling 同義詞 support bandage, support, bandage, strap
    • a pouch or frame for carrying a baby, supported by a strap round the neck or shoulders a baby sling
    • a short length of rope used to provide additional support for the body in abseiling or climbing.
    • 2. a simple weapon in the form of a strap or loop, used to hurl stones or other small missiles 700 men armed only with slings 同義詞 catapult, slingshot, shanghai
    • 3. Australian, New Zealand informal a bribe or gratuity.

    動詞

    • 1. suspend or arrange (something), especially with a strap or straps, so that it hangs loosely in a particular position a hammock was slung between two trees 同義詞 hang, suspend, string, dangle, swing, ... 更多
    • carry (something, especially a garment) loosely and casually about one's person he had his jacket slung over one shoulder
    • hoist or transfer (something) with a sling horse after horse was slung up from the barges
    • 2. British informal casually throw or fling sling a few things into your knapsack 同義詞 throw, toss, fling, hurl, cast, ... 更多
    • hurl (a stone or other missile) from a sling or similar weapon a boulder that was slung from a catapult
    • Australian, New Zealand informal mock; make fun I wasn't slinging off at your religion
    • 3. Australian, New Zealand informal pay a bribe or gratuity they didn't forget to sling when the backhanders came in
    • past and past participle of sling

    Oxford Dictionary

    • past and past participle of sling

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      serve food in a cafe or diner

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a drink of gin and water, sweetened and flavoured with lemon or lime juice.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      make malicious or scandalous allegations about an opponent with the aim of damaging their ... it's difficult to see how any parliamentary opposition would voluntarily give up the opportunity to smear and mud-sling

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a cocktail made from gin and cherry brandy.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[sliNG]

    美式

    • n.
      a flexible strap or belt used in the form of a loop to support or raise a weight: the horse had to be supported by a sling fixed to the roof
    • v.
      suspend or arrange (something), especially with a strap or straps, so that it hangs loosely in ... a hammock was slung between two trees

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[slɪŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      a sweetened drink of spirits, especially gin, and water.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[sliNG]

    美式

    • n.
      a sweetened drink of liquor, especially gin, and water.

    Oxford American Dictionary

  2. 知識+

    • 我看不懂這段英文

      Can you get sling cost – 1ton & 2 ton load? 你能取得可負載1噸及2噸的吊索(吊鏈)分別的成本... are available? 哪些長度是可用(有貨)的? Are the slings rated ie is it tested and with certificate? 有吊索測試跟證書...

    • 嬰兒背帶的英文

      雖然有很多種款式,嬰兒背帶說 baby carrier 或 baby sling 老外就懂了.可以參考這個賣育嬰用品的網站 http://www.babyage.com/c_97_cp_over9946_slings_and_soft_carriers_gear.aspx

    • 莎士比亞名句翻譯

      ... 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer. The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. Or to take arms against a sea...