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  1. swing

    • IPA[swɪŋ]

    英式

    • v.
      move or cause to move back and forth or from side to side while suspended or on an axis;be executed by hanging
    • n.
      a seat suspended by ropes or chains, on which someone may sit and swing back and forth.;a period of time spent swinging back and forth on a seat suspended by ropes or chains.
    • noun: swing, plural noun: swings

    • verb: swing, 3rd person present: swings, gerund or present participle: swinging, past tense: swung, past participle: swung

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move or cause to move back and forth or from side to side while suspended or on an axis:

      her long black skirt swung about her legs

      the door swung shut behind him

    • 2. be executed by hanging:

      now he was going to swing for it

    • 3. turn (a ship or aircraft) to all compass points in succession, in order to test compass error.
    • 4. move by grasping a support from below and leaping:

      we swung across like two trapeze artists

      the Irishman swung himself into the saddle

    • 5. move quickly round to the opposite direction:

      Ronni had swung round to face him

    • 6. move with a rhythmic swaying gait:

      the riflemen swung along smartly

    • 7. move or cause to move in a smooth, curving line:

      she swung her legs to the side of the bed

      the cab swung into the car park

    • 8. bring down (something held) with a curving movement, typically in order to hit an object:

      I swung the club and missed the ball

    • 9. attempt to hit or punch, typically with a wide curving movement of the arm:

      he swung at me with the tyre wrench

    • 10. deliver (a punch) with a wide curving movement of the arm:

      she swung a punch at him

    • 11. (of a bowler) make a delivery of (a ball) deviate sideways from a regular course in the air.
    • 12. (of a delivery) deviate sideways from a regular course.
    • 13. shift or cause to shift from one opinion, mood, or state of affairs to another:

      opinion swung in the Chancellor's favour

      the failure to seek peace could swing sentiment the other way

    • 14. have a decisive influence on (something, especially a vote or election):

      an attempt to swing the vote in their favour

    • 15. succeed in bringing about:

      what swung it was the £17,000 she offered the panel to let her win

    • 16. play music with a flowing but vigorous rhythm:

      the band swung on

    • 17. (of music) be played with a flowing but vigorous rhythm.
    • 18. (of an event, place, or way of life) be lively, exciting, or fashionable.
    • 19. engage in group sex or swap sexual partners within a group, especially on a habitual basis.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a seat suspended by ropes or chains, on which someone may sit and swing back and forth.
    • 2. a period of time spent swinging back and forth on a seat suspended by ropes or chains.
    • 3. an act of swinging:

      with the swing of her arm, the knife flashed through the air

    • 4. the manner in which a golf club or a bat is swung:

      the flaws in his swing weren't evident when he was an amateur

    • 5. the motion of swinging:

      this short cut gave her hair new movement and swing

    • 6. an attempted blow or punch:

      Neil took a swing at her

    • 7. sideways deviation of the ball from a regular path:

      a swing bowler

    • 8. a discernible change in opinion, especially the amount by which votes or points scored change from one side to another:

      a five per cent swing to Labour

    • 9. a style of jazz or dance music with a flowing but vigorous rhythm.
    • 10. the rhythmic feeling or drive of swing.
    • 11. a swift tour involving a number of stops, especially one undertaken as part of a political campaign.
    • 12. (in musical theatre) an understudy, typically one who covers multiple roles in the chorus of a particular production.
    • past and past participle of swing

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    • n. a US state where the two major political parties have similar levels of support among voters, viewed as important in determining the overall result of a presidential election.

    • he can woo the swing states by talking about education and other issues that poll well

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    • n. a frame for children to play on, typically including one or more swings and a slide.

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    • n. a frame for children to play on, typically including one or more swings and a slide.

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    • n. a swing made by attaching one end of a rope to a tree branch or other support and tying a large knot in the other end to sit or stand on:

    • the youngsters were playing on a rope swing over the brook

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    • n. a work shift from afternoon to late evening:

    • a man who works swing shifts

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    • n. a vote that has a decisive influence on the result of an election.

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    • IPA[swiNG]

    美式

    • v.
      move or cause to move back and forth or from side to side while suspended or on an axis:
    • her long black skirt swung about her legs

      a priest began swinging a censer

    • n.
      a seat suspended by ropes or chains, on which someone may sit and swing back and forth.

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