- v. 突然倾斜；蹒跚地走；(突然感到恐怖或激动时心或胃)猛地一跳(或动)
- n. 举步蹒跚；突然倾斜
an unsteady uneven gait
a decisive defeat in a game (especially in cribbage)
abrupt up-and-down motion (as caused by a ship or other conveyance);
"the pitching and tossing was quite exciting"
the act of moving forward suddenly
walk as if unable to control one's movements;
"The drunken man staggered into the room"
"The ship suddenly lurched to the left"
move slowly and unsteadily;
"The truck lurched down the road"
loiter about, with no apparent aim
defeat by a lurch
- Suddenly the horse lurched to one side and the child fell off.
- Their relationship seems to lurch from one crisis to the next.
- The man lurched drunkenly out of the pub.
- The ship gave a lurch to starboard.
- His heart gave a lurch when he saw her.
- The lurch of the small boat make her sick to her stomach.
Every lurch..sent a spasm of agonizing pain coursing through his body.出自： M. Scammell
A lurch of panic as he realises he may be about to hear her voice.出自： K. Waterhouse
The car lurched and bumped in the great gaps.出自： D. H. Lawrence
Halliday was..lurching unsteadily in my direction, bottle in one hand and glass in the other.出自： A. MacLean
In the fickle fashion of the very drunk, they lurched away into the night.出自： P. L. Fermor
The boat lurched dangerously in the rocky inlet.出自： J. Fuller