简明英汉词典

in full swing
adv.
活跃

美国传统词典[双解]

swing
swing
AHD:[sw1ng]
D.J.[swi0]
K.K.[sw!0]
v.(动词)
swung[sw?ng] swing.ingswings
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To move back and forth suspended or as if suspended from above.
悬摆:从上面垂挂似乎垂挂着前后摇动

(2)

To hit at something with a sweeping motion of the arm:
迅速打击:挥动手臂打击某物:
swung at the ball.
挥臂击球

(3)

To move laterally or in a curve:
侧转,转弯:呈横向或弧形运动:
The car swung over to the curb.
汽车侧转至人行道旁

(4)

To turn in place on or as if on a hinge or pivot.
回转:绕或好象绕枢纽或支点转向某位置

(5)

To move along with an easy, swaying gait:
轻快摇摆地走:
swinging down the road.
顺着街道摇摇摆摆地走下去

(6)

To propel oneself from one place or position to another by grasping a fixed support:
摆荡:抓住一固定支撑点从一地向另一地方或位置推进:
swinging through the trees.
荡过树丛

(7)

To ride on a swing.
荡秋千

(8)

To shift from one attitude, interest, condition, or emotion to another; vacillate.
犹豫,心意摇摆不定:改变态度、兴趣、状况或感情;动摇

(9)

Slang To be put to death by hanging.
【俚语】 绞死,吊死

(10)

Music
【音乐】

(11)

To have a subtle, intuitively felt rhythm or sense of rhythm.
具有轻盈的节奏:具有精巧的、直观的节奏或节奏感

(12)

To play with a subtle, intuitively felt sense of rhythm.
以精湛的技巧演奏:带着精巧的、直观的节奏或节奏感演奏

(13)

Slang
【俚语】

(14)

To be lively, trendy, and exciting.
样子活泼、时髦且激动

(15)

To engage freely in promiscuous sex.
性行为滥交

(16)

To exchange sex partners. Used especially of married couples.
交换性伴侣:尤指已婚夫妇交换性伴侣
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To cause to move back and forth, as on a swing.
使摆动:使象荡秋千一样前后摇摆

(2)

To cause to move in a broad arc or curve:
使做曲线运动:使作大幅度弓形或弧形运动:
swing a bat; swung the car over.
挥动球拍;转动汽车

(3)

To cause to move with a sweeping motion:
使全面移动:使以大弧度的动作移动:
swinging his arms.
挥动他的手臂

(4)

To lift and convey with a sweeping motion:
抬高:挥动着提或运:
swung the cargo onto the deck.
把货物拖上甲板

(5)

To suspend so as to sway or turn freely:
悬吊:悬挂着自由摇摆或转动:
swung a hammock between two trees.
在两树间挂一吊床

(6)

To suspend on hinges:
挂在铰链上:
swing a shutter.
悬挂百叶窗

(7)

To cause to turn on hinges:
使绕铰链转动:
swung the door shut.
把门关上

(8)

To cause to shift from one attitude, position, opinion, or condition to another.
改舷易辙:使转变态度、立场、观点或状况

(9)

Informal
【非正式用语】

(10)

To manage or arrange successfully:
成功地管理或安排:
swing a deal.
做成一笔交易

(11)

To bring around to the desired result:
使获得预期结果:
swing an election.
使选举达到预期结果

(12)

Music To play (music) with a subtle, intuitively felt sense of rhythm.
【音乐】 以精湛的技艺演奏:带着微妙、直观的节奏或节奏感演奏(音乐)
n.(名词)

(1)

The act or an instance of swinging; movement back and forth or in one particular direction.
摇摆:摇摆的动作;朝一特定方向前后运动

(2)

The sweep or scope of something that swings:
摆程,振幅:事物摇摆的范围:
The pendulum's swing is 12 inches.
钟摆的振幅为12英寸

(3)

A blow or stroke executed with a sweeping motion of the arm.
挥动手臂的一击

(4)

The manner in which one swings something, such as a bat or golf club.
挥动的姿势:挥动球拍或高尔夫球棒的姿态

(5)

A shift from one attitude, position, or condition to another:
态度、立场或状况的改变:
a swing to conservatism.
转向保守主义

(6)

Freedom of action:
行动自由:
The children have free swing in deciding what color to paint their room.
孩子们可以自由决定用什么颜色油漆他们的房间

(7)

A swaying, graceful motion:
优雅的摆动:
has a swing to her walk.
她走路时优雅地摆动着

(8)

A sweep back and forth:
前后掠过:
the swing of a bird across the sky.
一只鸟掠过天空

(9)

A course or tour that returns to the starting point:
环程:折回原地的路线或旅行:
a swing across the state while campaigning.
竞选时环游全州

(10)

A seat suspended from above, as by ropes, on which one can ride back and forth for recreation.
秋千:用绳子吊着的椅子,人可以坐在上面前后摆动作为消遣

(11)

The normal rhythm of life or pace of activities:
正常步调:生活的正常节奏或活动的节奏:
back in the swing.
回到正常步调

(12)

A steady, vigorous rhythm or movement, as in verse.
音律:韵文中稳定强劲的节奏或韵律

(13)

A regular movement up or down, as in stock prices.
股票价格的规律性起伏

(14)

Music
【音乐】

(15)

A type of popular dance music developed about 1935 and based on jazz but employing a larger band and simpler harmonic and rhythmic patterns.
摇摆乐:形成于1935年前后的一种流行舞蹈音乐,以爵士乐为基础,但运用更简单的和声和节奏形式以及更大的管乐队

(16)

A ballroom dance performed to this music.
舞厅里跳的摇摆乐舞蹈

(17)

A subtle, intuitively felt rhythmic quality or sense of rhythm.
轻妙的节奏:轻妙的、直观的节奏及节奏感
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Music Relating to or performing swing:
【音乐】 摇摆乐的:关于或演奏摇摆乐的:
a swing band.
摇摆乐队

(2)

Determining an outcome; decisive:
决定后果的;决定性的:
the swing vote.
决定性投票

习惯用语

in full swing
At the highest level of activity or operation.
处于活动或运作的最高水准

语源

(1)

Middle English swingen [to beat, brandish]
中古英语 swingen [击,挥舞地炫耀]

(2)

from Old English swingan [to flog, strike, swing]
源自 古英语 swingan [抽,打,挥]

继承用法

swingy
adj.(形容词)

参考词汇

(1)

swingoscillateswayrockvibratefluctuateundulatewaver

(2)

These verbs mean to move in a back-and-forth, up-and-down, or to-and-fro pattern.
这些动词表示前后、上下或往复运动。

(3)

Swing usually applies to arclike movement of something attached at one extremity and free at the other:
Swing 通常指一端固定另一端悬空的物体作弧形的运动:
The ship's lanterns swung violently in the raging storm.
船上的灯笼在疾风暴雨中猛烈地晃动。
The shutter swung open.
百叶窗被晃动地打开。
Her purse swings from her shoulder on a long strap.
长皮带的钱包从她肩上垂下。

(4)

Oscillate refers to steady, uninterrupted back-and-forth motion, as that of a pendulum; in an extended sense it denotes vacillation, as between conflicting purposes:
Oscillate 指钟摆式的稳定而连续的前后运动;广义地表示在冲突性目标之间的徘徊:
“a king . . . oscillating between fear of Rome and desire of independence” (Walter Besant).
“国王…在对罗马的恐惧和对独立的渴望之间摇摆不定” (瓦尔特·贝森特)。

(5)

Sway suggests the movement of something unsteady, light, or flexible:
Sway 意指事物不稳定的、轻巧的或灵活的运动:
“thousands of the little yellow blossoms all swaying to the light wind” (W.H. Hudson). To rock is to swing gently or rhythmically or sway or tilt violently:
“千万朵小黄色在微风中轻轻摇摆” (W·H·哈德森)。Rock 是指温柔而有节奏感的摇动或猛烈的摇摆或倾斜:
“The ruins of the ancient church seemed actually to rock and threaten to fall” (Sir Walter Scott).
“古教堂的遗址看起来确实在晃动且岌岌可危” (瓦尔特·司各特爵士)。

(6)

Vibrate usually implies quick periodic oscillations; it often suggests trembling, pulsating, or quivering:
Vibrate 通常暗指快速的周期性摇摆;常常表示颤抖、搏动或微颤:
“Music, when soft voices die,/Vibrates in the memory” (Percy Bysshe Shelley).
“当温柔的声音逝去,/音乐在记忆中颤动” (珀西·白塞·雪莱)。

(7)

Fluctuate is most often used figuratively to imply fairly constant alternating change:
Fluctuate 最常用于喻指比较稳定的交替变化:
“Prices fluctuated violently from the irregularity of the crops” (Lesley B. Simpson).
“由于作物产量不稳定导致价格剧烈波动” (莱斯利B·辛普森)。

(8)

Undulate implies smooth wavelike movement:
Undulate 暗指波浪般平缓的运动:
The ripe wheat undulated in the breeze like the incoming tide.
成熟的小麦象潮水般随风起伏。

(9)

Waver suggests unsteady, uncertain movement:
Waver 表示不稳定、不确定的运动:
“He stood with wavering hands, unable for a moment to begin” (H.G. Wells).
“他摆动着双手站在那里,一时间不知该如何开始” (H·G·威尔士)

现代英汉词典

swing
[swIN]
vi., vt.
swung, swinging

(1)

挥动; 旋转;前后摆动
The boy swung on the rope tied to a tree.
这个男孩坐在一根拴在树上的绳子上荡秋千。

(2)

摆动,摇摆 (身体)
The soldiers came swinging down the street.
士兵们摇摇摆摆地沿着街道走来。

(3)

舞动
They charged the rival gang swinging clubs and knives.
他们挥动木棍和刀子袭击与其作对的帮派。

(4)

吊死,绞死

(5)

急转身;急回头;急旋转
He swung round.
他蓦地回过身来。
"As the man tried to swing the speed-boat round, the steering-wheel came away in his hands."
"当那人试图使快艇转弯时,方向盘脱手了。"

(6)

骤变,剧变
She swung from happiness to tears.
她转喜为悲。

(7)

顺利而且迅速地开始;轻快地开始走 或走动
The soldiers advanced at a swinging trot.
士兵们以轻快的步伐前进。

习惯用语

not enough room swing a cat
没多少空间,很窄小

词性变化

swing
n.

(1)

摆动;摇摆;挥动
the swing of the pendulum
钟摆的摆动

(2)

挥动、摆动的距离
a pendulum with a 3-inch swing
摆幅为3英寸的钟摆

(3)

(强有力的)节奏,旋律

(4)

摇滚乐

(5)

秋千

(6)

巨大的改变,巨大的变迁
constant swings of style from one extreme to the other
风格从这一极端到另一极端地经常改变

习惯用语

go with a swing
流行;成功

in full swing
热烈地进行

现代英汉综合大辞典

swing
[swiN]
vt.
(swung [swQN])

(1)

挥舞, 摆动

(2)

使旋转, 使转向

(3)

悬挂, 吊运

(4)

[美口]操纵, (成功地)处理, 完成, 获取

(5)

以?谝衾值姆绞窖莩蜓葑?
swing one's arms
挥舞手臂
swing the gun towards the enemy and fire
把炮口转向敌人开火
Huge cranes are swinging cargo up.
巨大的起重机正在吊运货物。

词性变化

swing
[swiN]
vi.

(1)

?? 挥动, 摇动

(2)

(从枢纽或象是从枢纽)旋转

(3)

?诙? 轻松快步地走

(4)

动摇, 改变态度或立场

(5)

挥捧, 挥臂

(6)

绕道, 巡回

(7)

被绞死

(8)

[俚]趋附时尚, 赶时髦; 活跃, 活泼

(9)

乱搞男女关系
The door swung open.
门开了。
The soldiers came swinging down the street.
士兵们摇?诎谘刈沤值雷呃础?
Leading newspapers swung against him.
一些重要报纸改变立场反对他。
He promised to swing by and pick them up.
他答应绕道去搭载他们。
You'll swing for this.
你会因此而被绞死的。

swing
[swiN]
n.

(1)

?? 挥动, 振幅

(2)

[sing.] 韵律, 音律, 节奏, [美]?谖枰衾?

(3)

轻松有节奏的步伐; 大摇大摆的走路姿势

(4)

[美口](物价等)涨落

(5)

[美](条件, 形式, 态度等)周期性交替

(6)

改变, 转变, 摇动距离

(7)

放任, 自由活动

(8)

冲力

(9)

(竞选等时的)巡回旅行

(10)

旋转
have a swing
打秋千
swing link
摆杆
swing music
?谖枰衾?
a swing room
[美]吸烟室, 休息室
the swing of tides
海潮的来回流动
constant swings of style from one extreme to the other
风格从这一极端到另一极端的经常改变

继承用法

swingback
n.

(1)

翻开后背

(2)

羊羔的凹陷背部

(3)

回到原来的立场[意见, 习惯等]

swing-boat
n.
船形秋千

swing-by
n.
【宇】(利用中间行星或目的行星的引力场调整航向或航轨)借力式航道, 绕行星变轨

swing-over
n.
转变

swingster
n.
[美]?谖枥质?

swing-wing
n.

(1)

可变后掠机翼

(2)

变后掠机翼飞机

swingy
adj.
?诶值? 爵士乐的; 轻快活泼的

习惯用语

get into (the) swing of
逐渐习惯并爱好, [口]熟练地掌握

give full swing to it
听其自由, 放任自流

give free swing to it
听其自由, 放任自流

go down swinging
光荣地失败; 体面地下台

go with a swing
进行顺利; (音乐, 诗歌)节奏轻快

have full swing
自由行动, 不受拘束; 放荡不羁; 为所欲为

in full swing
正起劲; 在紧张时候, 正在积极进行, 全面展开, 达到高潮

let it have its swing (=give full swing to it) lose on the swings what you make on the roundabouts
得东失西, 落得一场空

let it have its swing (=give full swing to it) lose on the swings what you gain on the roundabouts
得东失西, 落得一场空

let it have its swing (=give full swing to it) lose on the swings what you get back on the roundabouts
得东失西, 落得一场空

take one's full swing at (=take a swing at)
[美]挥拳打, 对准...打过去

What one loses on the swings one gains on the roundabouts.
[谚]失之东隅, 收之桑榆。

swing around the circle

(1)

竞选旅行

(2)

[作动词]在全国或选区内旅行发表政见

swing clear of
船掉转方向躲避

swing for it
因...而被处绞刑

swing in with
加入, 与...合作

swing of the pendulum
钟摆的摆动; [喻](舆论)从一个极端到另一个极端; 各政党在选举中的胜负交替

swing on

(1)

[口]突然施展(魅力); 突然情不自禁地流(泪)

(2)

[口]使入时

(3)

[俚](在感情或性欲方面)激发

(4)

[俚]服用麻醉剂后产生的幻觉

(5)

[俚]使(某人)开始吸毒

swing round
突然转过身来; 突然掉转方向

swing to
(门)(砰的一声)关上

特殊用法

arm swing
摆臂

backhand swing
以拳背击人

bird swing
瓶内粘丝(玻璃制品缺陷)

body swing
(击球或掷球)全身摆动

carrier swing
【无】载波频移

centrifugal swing
【物】离心摆动

control drum swing
控制鼓摆幅

course swing
航向摆动

cyclical swing
周期性波动

eagle swing
反吊臂摆动, 反吊臂大回环

felge backward from swing
悬垂摆动后翻上

forward swing
(打球时)向前挥臂

frequency swing
频率来回变动, 调频振荡器的最大频率偏移

full swing
最大摆动, 最大振荡

full grid swing
栅压全摆动

giant swing
大回环

grid swing
【电子】栅压摆幅

half giant swing
大摆翻上

hip swing
摆动臀部

hock swing
挂膝摆动

load swing
负荷摆动

lobe swing
(天线方向)瓣摆动

long swing
大轮拍

long swings
市场大势

negative precursory swing
负前导摆动

output voltageswing
输出电压摆幅

phase swing
相位摆动

picture modulation swing
图象调制摆幅

power-factor swing
功率因数动荡

rotated grasp swing
扭臂握摆动

short swing
小轮拍

shoulder swing
摆肩

truck swing
转向架偏转

voltage swing
电压摆动

white-to-black frequency swing
黑白频率差swing-and-follow-through 抡臂动作

swings of demand
需求波动

swings of growth rate
增长率摆动

swing with whipping movement of legs
鞭打式摆动, 振浪

参考词汇
swing     sway    
都含"??、"摆动"的意思。

(1)

swing指"一端吊起、一面固定或两端都系住的物体摆动", 如:
The pendulum swings.
钟摆摆动。

(2)

sway 指" 有伸缩性的物体受压后又恢复原位地摆动", 如:
Branches sways gently in the wind.
树枝在风中微微摇动。

美国传统词典

swing
swing
AHD:[sw1ng]
D.J.[swi0]
K.K.[sw!0]
v.
swung[sw?ng] swing.ing, swings
v.intr.

(1)

To move back and forth suspended or as if suspended from above.

(2)

To hit at something with a sweeping motion of the arm:
swung at the ball.

(3)

To move laterally or in a curve:
The car swung over to the curb.

(4)

To turn in place on or as if on a hinge or pivot.

(5)

To move along with an easy, swaying gait:
swinging down the road.

(6)

To propel oneself from one place or position to another by grasping a fixed support:
swinging through the trees.

(7)

To ride on a swing.

(8)

To shift from one attitude, interest, condition, or emotion to another; vacillate.

(9)

Slang To be put to death by hanging.

(10)

Music

(11)

To have a subtle, intuitively felt rhythm or sense of rhythm.

(12)

To play with a subtle, intuitively felt sense of rhythm.

(13)

Slang

(14)

To be lively, trendy, and exciting.

(15)

To engage freely in promiscuous sex.

(16)

To exchange sex partners. Used especially of married couples.
v.tr.

(1)

To cause to move back and forth, as on a swing.

(2)

To cause to move in a broad arc or curve:
swing a bat; swung the car over.

(3)

To cause to move with a sweeping motion:
swinging his arms.

(4)

To lift and convey with a sweeping motion:
swung the cargo onto the deck.

(5)

To suspend so as to sway or turn freely:
swung a hammock between two trees.

(6)

To suspend on hinges:
swing a shutter.

(7)

To cause to turn on hinges:
swung the door shut.

(8)

To cause to shift from one attitude, position, opinion, or condition to another.

(9)

Informal

(10)

To manage or arrange successfully:
swing a deal.

(11)

To bring around to the desired result:
swing an election.

(12)

Music To play (music) with a subtle, intuitively felt sense of rhythm.
n.

(1)

The act or an instance of swinging; movement back and forth or in one particular direction.

(2)

The sweep or scope of something that swings:
The pendulum's swing is 12 inches.

(3)

A blow or stroke executed with a sweeping motion of the arm.

(4)

The manner in which one swings something, such as a bat or golf club.

(5)

A shift from one attitude, position, or condition to another:
a swing to conservatism.

(6)

Freedom of action:
The children have free swing in deciding what color to paint their room.

(7)

A swaying, graceful motion:
has a swing to her walk.

(8)

A sweep back and forth:
the swing of a bird across the sky.

(9)

A course or tour that returns to the starting point:
a swing across the state while campaigning.

(10)

A seat suspended from above, as by ropes, on which one can ride back and forth for recreation.

(11)

The normal rhythm of life or pace of activities:
back in the swing.

(12)

A steady, vigorous rhythm or movement, as in verse.

(13)

A regular movement up or down, as in stock prices.

(14)

Music

(15)

A type of popular dance music developed about 1935 and based on jazz but employing a larger band and simpler harmonic and rhythmic patterns.

(16)

A ballroom dance performed to this music.

(17)

A subtle, intuitively felt rhythmic quality or sense of rhythm.
adj.

(1)

Music Relating to or performing swing:
a swing band.

(2)

Determining an outcome; decisive:
the swing vote.

习惯用语

in full swing
At the highest level of activity or operation.

语源

(1)

Middle English swingen [to beat, brandish]

(2)

from Old English swingan [to flog, strike, swing]

继承用法

swingy
adj.

参考词汇

(1)

swing, oscillate, sway, rock, vibrate, fluctuate, undulate, waver

(2)

These verbs mean to move in a back-and-forth, up-and-down, or to-and-fro pattern.

(3)

Swing usually applies to arclike movement of something attached at one extremity and free at the other:
The ship's lanterns swung violently in the raging storm.
The shutter swung open.
Her purse swings from her shoulder on a long strap.

(4)

Oscillate refers to steady, uninterrupted back-and-forth motion, as that of a pendulum; in an extended sense it denotes vacillation, as between conflicting purposes:
“a king . . . oscillating between fear of Rome and desire of independence” (Walter Besant).

(5)

Sway suggests the movement of something unsteady, light, or flexible:
“thousands of the little yellow blossoms all swaying to the light wind” (W.H. Hudson). To rock is to swing gently or rhythmically or sway or tilt violently:
“The ruins of the ancient church seemed actually to rock and threaten to fall” (Sir Walter Scott).

(6)

Vibrate usually implies quick periodic oscillations; it often suggests trembling, pulsating, or quivering:
“Music, when soft voices die,/Vibrates in the memory” (Percy Bysshe Shelley).

(7)

Fluctuate is most often used figuratively to imply fairly constant alternating change:
“Prices fluctuated violently from the irregularity of the crops” (Lesley B. Simpson).

(8)

Undulate implies smooth wavelike movement:
The ripe wheat undulated in the breeze like the incoming tide.

(9)

Waver suggests unsteady, uncertain movement:
“He stood with wavering hands, unable for a moment to begin” (H.G. Wells).

英汉航海大词典

in full swing
prep.正在积极开展中,处于高潮

英汉化学大词典

in full swing
adj.活跃,正在全力进行

英汉计算机大词典

in full swing
adj.活跃(正在全力进行)

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