- vi. 全力奔跑；冲刺
- n. 短距离赛跑；冲刺
a quick run
run very fast, usually for a short distance
- She sprinted off into the distance.
- You'll have to sprint if you want to catch the train.
- He had to sprint to catch the bus.
- He sprinted past the other runners just before reaching the tape.
- Can you explain to me the tactics in a sprint?
- The athlete put on a sprint of speed to make it.
He covered the first hundred yards at a sprint.出自： E. Mittelholzer
The British sprint relay teams won their silver medals.出自：Times
They sprinted over the grass as fast as their legs could carry them.出自： K. Crossley
Too impatient to wait for the elevator, Barney sprinted up the stairs.出自： E. Segal
Thale cress..sprints through its life cycle in five weeks.出自：New Scientist