- n. 跛行
- adj. 柔软的；无力的；软弱的
- vi. 跛行；蹒跚
- vi. 一瘸一拐地走 walk unevenly, as when one foot or leg is hurt or stiff
- vi. 困难地航行 proceed with difficulty in a specified direction
- 无力的,无生气的;易弯的;松软的 lacking strength or stiffness
the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg
lacking in strength or firmness or resilience;
"gave a limp handshake"
"a limp gesture as if waving away all desire to know"
"a slack grip"
walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury;
"The old woman hobbles down to the store every day"
proceed slowly or with difficulty;
"the boat limped into the harbor"
- Two weeks later, the dog could walk with a limp.
- The injury left him with a permanent limp.
- This young man is wearing a limp grey sweater.
- The man's shrieked whistle struck his limp ears.
- The flowers looked limp in the hot dry weather.
- Her bones felt limp, glutted, and she was very happy.
- It was too weak to lift its limp paws.
- He that lives with cripples learns to limp.
- Slowly they began to limp back towards the farm.
- After the collision both vessels managed to limp into harbour.
- Despite having twisted his ankle, he got up and limped away.
- The damaged ship limped back to port.
- The film limps badly.
- He gave her a limp, cold handshake.
- There's a limp curtain on the stage.
- This company is limp.
- I like lettuce to be crisp, not limp and soggy.
- A starched collar gets limp if you sweat.
- He is limp in character.
- limp into 困难地驶入
- be limp in character 性格软弱
The little girl has a limp in one leg and will undergo physiotherapy.出自：Daily Telegraph
The Emperor's colours hung limp in the sultry air.出自： E. Waugh
His breath explodes out of him, and he falls back limp against the wall.出自： K. Kesey
The man limped down the ladder.出自： J. Conrad
Tom eased himself from his bed and limped from the room.出自： J. Frame
How slowly time limps by in childhood.出自： fig.