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

    • noun: swing, plural noun: swings

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    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 同義詞 sway, oscillate, move back and forth, move to and fro, wave, ... 更多
    • informal be executed by hanging now he was going to swing for it
    • turn (a ship or aircraft) to all compass points in succession, in order to test compass error.
    • 2. move by grasping a support from below and leaping we swung across like two trapeze artists the Irishman swung himself into the saddle
    • move quickly round to the opposite direction Ronni had swung round to face him
    • move with a rhythmic swaying gait the riflemen swung along smartly 同義詞 stride, march, sweep, stroll, informalsashay
    • 3. 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
    • bring down (something held) with a curving movement, typically in order to hit an object I swung the club and missed the ball
    • attempt to hit or punch, typically with a wide curving movement of the arm he swung at me with the tyre wrench
    • deliver (a punch) with a wide curving movement of the arm she swung a punch at him
    • (of a bowler) make a delivery of (a ball) deviate sideways from a regular course in the air.
    • (of a delivery) deviate sideways from a regular course.
    • 4. 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 同義詞 change, fluctuate, oscillate, waver, alternate, ... 更多
    • have a decisive influence on (something, especially a vote or election) an attempt to swing the vote in their favour
    • informal succeed in bringing about what swung it was the £17,000 she offered the panel to let her win 同義詞 accomplish, achieve, obtain, acquire, get, ... 更多
    • 5. play music with a flowing but vigorous rhythm the band swung on
    • (of music) be played with a flowing but vigorous rhythm.
    • 6. informal (of an event, place, or way of life) be lively, exciting, or fashionable.
    • 7. informal engage in group sex or swap sexual partners within a group, especially on a habitual basis.

    名詞

    • past and past participle of swing

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    • past and past participle of swing

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a US state where the two major political parties have similar levels of support among voters, ...

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    • n.
      an abrupt and unaccountable change of mood.

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    • n.
      a door that can be opened in either direction and is closed by a spring device when released.

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

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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 style of country music influenced by jazz, popular in the 1930s: my other musical influence was western swing

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    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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