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lurch
[lɜːtʃ] [lɜːrtʃ]

  • v. 突然倾斜;(因震惊或惊恐等)心猛地一跳,胃猛地翻腾;蹒跚;突然改变(行为或态度);见死不救;击败
  • n. 突然倾斜;失败,挫折;蹒跚
  • n. (Lurch) (美、德、加)卢尔希(人名)

[ 第三人称单数 lurches 过去式 lurched 过去分词 lurched 现在分词 lurching ]

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  突然倾斜

... lunatic adj.极蠢的;精神错乱的=insane;n.疯子 lurch n./v.蹒跚而行;突然倾斜 lure n./v.诱惑力;引诱(以诡计或诱惑来吸引) ...

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  倾斜

... lurch东歪西斜地前进 突然向一侧倾斜 lurch倾斜 lurchingheelingmoment急牵横倾力矩 ...

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  蹒跚

... parch 烘烤,烧焦 lurch 蹒跚,东倒西歪地向前 churn 剧烈抖晃,翻滚 ...

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  挫败

... checkmate n.(象棋中)被将死时王的位置,完全失败? lurch n挫败,大败 washout n冲刷,失败 ...

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短语

lurch h 摇摇晃晃 ; 突然倾斜

weather lurch 迎风倾侧 ; 横风速摇

lurch detail 举步蹒跚

extensor lurch 伸肌倾斜

Lurch Nobody 打击乐

Lurch Along 蹒跚而行

earth lurch 大地摆动

lurch into 陷入

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lurch [ lə:tʃ ]

  • n.
    • an unsteady uneven gait

      同义词: stumble stagger

    • a decisive defeat in a game (especially in cribbage)
    • abrupt up-and-down motion (as caused by a ship or other conveyance)

      同义词: pitch pitching

    • the act of moving forward suddenly

      同义词: lunge

  • v.
    • walk as if unable to control one's movements

      同义词: stagger reel keel swag careen

    • move abruptly

      "The ship suddenly lurched to the left"

      同义词: pitch shift

    • move slowly and unsteadily

      "The truck lurched down the road"

    • loiter about, with no apparent aim

      同义词: prowl

    • defeat by a lurch

      同义词: skunk

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

lurch /lɜːtʃ/ TEM8 ( lurching, lurched, lurches )

  • 1. 

    V-I To lurch means to make a sudden movement, especially forward, in an uncontrolled way. (尤指向前) 打趔趄

    例:

    As the car sped over a pothole she lurched forward.

    汽车飞速驶过路面上的一个坑洼时,她身体前倾打了个趔趄。

    例:

    Henry looked, stared, and lurched to his feet.

    亨利看了看,瞪着眼,踉踉跄跄地站了起来。

  • 2. 

    N-COUNT Lurch is also a noun. 趔趄

    例:

    The car took a lurch forward.

    汽车一个趔趄,向前冲去。

  • 3. 

    V-I If you say that a person or organization lurches from one thing to another, you mean they move suddenly from one course of action or attitude to another in an uncontrolled way. (行为或态度随意的) 突然改变 [表不满]

    例:

    The state government has lurched from one budget crisis to another.

    州政府突然从一个预算危机陷入了另一个危机。

  • 4. 

    N-COUNT Lurch is also a noun. (行为或态度随意地) 突然改变

    例:

    The property sector was another casualty of the lurch toward higher interest rates.

    房地产业是利率突然提高的又一受损行业。

  • 5. 

    V to desert someone in trouble 弃...于危难; 见死不救

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