简明英汉词典

flirt
[flE:t]
vt.
忽然弹出, 挥动
vi.
调情, 摇晃的移动, 玩弄, 摇晃地摆动, 摆动, 轻率地对待
n.
卖弄风情的人, 调情的人

美国传统词典[双解]

flirt
flirt
AHD:[fl?rt]
D.J.[fl*8t]
K.K.[fl)t]
v.(动词)
flirt.edflirt.ingflirts
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To make playfully romantic or sexual overtures.
调情,卖俏:开玩笑似地主动表示风骚或性感

(2)

To deal playfully, triflingly, or superficially with:
不认真地考虑(或对待):开玩笑地、轻薄地或表面地对待:
flirt with danger.
玩笑似地对待危险

(3)

To move abruptly or jerkily.
迅速移动:迅速或很急地运动
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To toss or flip suddenly.
急抛,急速挥动:突然地抛或掷

(2)

To move quickly.
迅速移动
n.(名词)

(1)

One given to flirting.
调情者,卖俏者

(2)

An abrupt, jerking movement.
迅速而急促地运动

语源
[Origin unknown]
[词源不明]

参考词汇

(1)

flirtdallyplaytoytrifle

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to deal lightly, casually, or flippantly with someone or something”:
这些动词所共有的中心意思是“轻薄地、随意地或轻率地对待某人或某事”:
flirted with the idea of getting a job;
浮现着求职的念头;
dallying with music;
玩音乐;
can't play with life;
不能游戏人生;
toyed with the problem;
不认真对待这个问题;
a person not to be trifled with.
一个不可轻视的人

现代英汉词典

flirt
[fl\:t]
vi.

(1)

调情

(2)

(常与with连用)稍加考虑

(3)

(常与with连用)不以为然
to flirt with danger
对危险不在意

词性变化

flirt
n.
调情者

现代英汉综合大辞典

flirt
[flE:t]
vt.

(1)

急投

(2)

摆动, 挥动

(3)

急开或急闭
She flirted her fan.
她急速挥动着扇子。

词性变化

flirt
[flE:t]
vi.

(1)

卖弄风情; 调情取乐

(2)

玩弄; 以(某种思想)自娱(with)

(3)

不认真考虑[对待]
She flirts with every handsome man she meets.
她和所遇到的每个美男子调情。

flirt
[flE:t]
n.

(1)

急投; 摆动

(2)

浮荡女子, 卖俏者

(3)

(钟)摆动杆
chime flirt
音响摆轴
She is a flirt.
她是个卖弄风情的女人。

继承用法

flirtation
[fl\:5teIF(E)n]
n.

(1)

挑逗, 调情

(2)

疾行

flirtatious
[fl\:5teIFEs]
adj.
喜卖弄风情的

用法词典

flirt
来自古法语fleureter轻触
美国传统词典

flirt
flirt
AHD:[fl?rt]
D.J.[fl*8t]
K.K.[fl)t]
v.
flirt.ed, flirt.ing, flirts
v.intr.

(1)

To make playfully romantic or sexual overtures.

(2)

To deal playfully, triflingly, or superficially with:
flirt with danger.

(3)

To move abruptly or jerkily.
v.tr.

(1)

To toss or flip suddenly.

(2)

To move quickly.
n.

(1)

One given to flirting.

(2)

An abrupt, jerking movement.

语源
[Origin unknown]

参考词汇

(1)

flirt, dally, play, toy, trifle

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to deal lightly, casually, or flippantly with someone or something”:
flirted with the idea of getting a job;
dallying with music;
can't play with life;
toyed with the problem;
a person not to be trifled with.

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