- n. 弦声；砰然一声；鼻音
- v. 砰然响声；使发出拨弦声；带鼻音讲话
a sharp vibrating sound (as of a plucked string)
exaggerated nasality in speech (as in some regional dialects)
cause to sound with a twang;
"He twanged the guitar string"
sound with a twang;
"the bowstring was twanging"
twitch or throb with pain
pluck (strings of an instrument);
"He twanged his bow"
pronounce with a nasal twang
- Hearing the twang of the bowstring, it assumed that it was doomed
- Suddenly he heard a faint twang.
- She had a slight Australian twang.
- The words came out with an Irish twang to them.
- The bow twanged and the arrow whistled through the air.
- Someone was twanging a guitar in the next room.
The sprightly twang of the melodious Lute.出自： F. Quarles
She heard..the twang of the springs on the sofa.出自： A. S. Byatt
His bow twanged, and his arrows rattled as they flew.出自： Dryden
The musicians were still there,..scraping and twanging away.出自： R. H. Dana