- forcibly pull (something) from a person's grasp；take (something, especially power or control) after considerable effort or difficulty
- a key for tuning a harp or piano.
verb: wrest, 3rd person present: wrests, gerund or present participle: wresting, past tense: wrested, past participle: wrested
- 1. forcibly pull (something) from a person's grasp Leila tried to wrest her arm from his hold
- ▪ take (something, especially power or control) after considerable effort or difficulty they wanted people to wrest control of their lives from impersonal bureaucracies
- 2. archaic distort the meaning or interpretation of (something) to suit one's own interests or views you appear convinced of my guilt, and wrest every reply I have made
- 1. archaic a key for tuning a harp or piano.
boxing match - 拳擊賽 wresting match - 摔角比賽 mixed martial arts match - 混合武術比賽
... to lead such a happy life,while I saw so many people around wresting with care and suffering. 我竟然可以﹙被允許﹚這樣過著幸福快樂的生活...
1.是誰霸佔著你的心扉，不留給我一絲機會。 =) Is who is wresting away your heart door leaf, does not leave my opportunity...