- v. 摆动或挥动某物出声；发出摩擦声；挥棍等打掉某物
- n. 物体快速移动的声音
- adj. <英口>时髦的；漂亮的；<美俚>搞同性恋的
a brushing or rustling sound
elegant and fashionable;
"a classy dame"
"a posh restaurant"
"a swish pastry shop on the Rue du Bac"
move with or cause to move with a whistling or hissing sound;
"The bubbles swoshed around in the glass"
"The curtain swooshed open"
- Scythes swished to and fro.
- We swished through the long grass.
- She swished across the floor in her long silk dress.
- He swished off the tops of the nettles with his cane.
- Her skirts gave a swish.
- He has a swish car.
- Joan: "Well he paid me lots of sweet comments, bought dinner for me and then took me to a swish nightclub."
- swish pan 快速摇摄
The swish of the sea against the bows.出自： R. L. Stevenson
Vanishing with a swish of her dress.出自： A. Lurie
The swish of tires in the gravel driveway.出自： K. Vonnegut
Jonathan King takes off..to visit a swish ski resort for the rich and famous.出自：Daily Telegraph
Top people were gathered in a swish country house hotel.出自：Independent
The windscreen wipers swished softly.出自： A. Burgess
Cars swished along the road.出自： S. Middleton
She dropped..margarine into the spaghetti and swished it around.出自： R. Ingalls
The horses..swished their tails.出自： P. L. Fermor
He swished the fly-line on to the water.出自： D. Profumo