- v. 猛扑；突然袭击；抓住；撒吸墨粉
- n. 猛扑；袭击；(猛禽的)爪；吸墨粉
the act of pouncing
move down on as if in an attack;
"The raptor swooped down on its prey"
"The teacher swooped down upon the new students"
- We saw the tiger about to pounce on the goat.
- The hawk pounced on its prey and carried it off.
- When prey is close enough, they attack with a fatal pounce.
- Both are skilled in the art of stalking,and both have a lethal pounce.
Had hawk ever a fuller eye, or larger pounces?出自： G. W. Thornbury
Whether gives thy wonder more to rove, The power of Caesar, or the pounce of Jove?出自： fig.
The Bogeyman was standing in the gloom, waiting to pounce.出自： D. Highsmith
Trapdoor spiders pounce on their prey from below.出自：New Scientist