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fling 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/fliNG/,
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flung, past tense; flinging, present participle; flung, past participle; flings, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Throw or hurl forcefully
    • - he picked up the debris and flung it away
    • - I was flung into jail
  2. Move or push (something) suddenly or violently
    • - he flung back the bedclothes
    • - Jennifer flung open a door
  3. Throw oneself headlong
    • - he flung himself down at her feet with a laugh
  4. Wholeheartedly engage in or begin on (an enterprise)
    • - the producer flung himself into an ugly battle with the studio
  5. Put on or take off clothes carelessly or rapidly

  6. Utter (words) forcefully
    • - the words were flung at her like an accusation
  7. Go angrily or violently; rush
    • - he flung away to his study, slamming the door behind him
Noun
  1. A short period of enjoyment or wild behavior
    • - one final fling before a tranquil retirement
  2. A short, spontaneous sexual relationship
    • - I had a fling with someone when I was at college

  1. crack: a usually brief attempt; "he took a crack at it"; "I gave it a whirl"
  2. throw with force or recklessness; "fling the frisbee"
  3. move in an abrupt or headlong manner; "He flung himself onto the sofa"
  4. spree: a brief indulgence of your impulses
  5. splurge: indulge oneself; "I splurged on a new TV"
  6. the act of flinging
  7. discard: throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
  8. The Struggle Front for the National Independence of Guinea (abbreviated to FLING) is a political movement in Guinea-Bissau. FLING was founded in 1962 in Dakar by sections that opposed the Marxist doctrine of Amílcar Cabral and the PAIGC. ...
  9. Fling, internationally titled Lie to Me, is an independent film about a couple navigating the hazards of an open relationship. ...
  10. The Fling is the 38th book in the Hank the Cowdog book series.
  11. The Fling is a band from Long Beach, CA consisting of Dustin Lovelis (guitars, vocals), Graham Lovelis (bass, vocals), Justin Roeland (guitars, keys, vocals), and Justin Ivey (drums). The band was formed in its initial phase by Dustin as a recording project. ...
  12. Short, often sexual relationship; An act of unrestrained indulgence; An act of throwing, often violently; An act of moving the limbs or body with violent movements, especially in a dance; An attempt, a try (as in "give it a fling"); To throw with violence or quick movement; to hurl
  13. (FLE) Acronym for Full Load Enrichment
  14. Refers to a near field long period pulse from a strong ground motion resulting in a unidirectional ground heave after rupture. Great kinetic energy may be associated with a fling and is important in near field records.
  15. lanza; juerga; aventura amorosa; echar; tirar; saltar; arrojar
  16. To trick or cheat. He flung me fairly out of it: he cheated me out of it.
  17. A solo Scottish step dance in moderate 4/4 tempo with lots of swing. Commonly performed to a fast strathspey tune.
  18. launching monsters into battle; flung, flinging
  19. a vigorous Scottish dance
  20. (V, 16): A hasty, reckless, or wanton mov't, a rush at one mov't or impulse. A fit or spell of unrestrained indulgence of one's impulses. "O exhalation, O fling without a sleeve" (Stevens) It certainly sounds like it could be O Thing without a sleeve," but take it as it is... ...
  21. A method of streaming content from your smartphone to "Google TV".