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shuttle 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈSHətl/,
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shuttles, plural;
  1. Travel regularly between two or more places
    • - he shuttled between Manhattan and Silicon Valley
  2. Transport in a shuttle
    • - the river taxi shuttled employees between the newspaper's offices and the capital
Noun
  1. A form of transportation that travels regularly between two places
    • - the nine o'clock shuttle from Boston
    • - a shuttle bus service from the city center
  2. A wooden device with two pointed ends holding a bobbin, used for carrying the weft thread between the warp threads in weaving

  3. A bobbin carrying the lower thread in a sewing machine


  1. travel back and forth between two points
  2. shuttlecock: badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers
  3. bobbin that passes the weft thread between the warp threads
  4. Amtrak runs Shuttles between Springfield, Massachusetts and New Haven, Connecticut along Amtrak's New Haven–Springfield Line. These shuttles connect with Northeast Regional service at the New Haven station, usually a cross-platform or same platform transfer.
  5. Shuttle (TAIEX:2405) is a Taiwan-based manufacturer of motherboards, barebone computers, complete PC systems, and monitors. ...
  6. Shuttle is a 2008 thriller film/horror film about a group of young travelers who are kidnapped by an airport shuttle driver with unknown motives. The film was written and directed by Edward Anderson, and stars Tony Curran, Peyton List, Cullen Douglas, and Cameron Goodman.
  7. Blizzard Entertainment's bestselling real-time strategy game series StarCraft revolves around interstellar affairs in a distant sector of the galaxy, with three species and multiple factions all vying for supremacy in the sector. ...
  8. Shuttle is a space flight simulator game developed by Vektor Grafix and published by Virgin Games. It has been praised as an accurate simulation of piloting the NASA Space Shuttle.
  9. The Shuttle, formerly known as the Kidderminster Shuttle, is a free weekly newspaper distributed to households in the Wyre Forest area of Worcestershire, England on a Thursday. ...
  10. (SHUTTLES) small enclosed drawers of a cabinet.
  11. (shuttling) The viewing of footage at speeds greater than real time.
  12. If the full-sized moving van can’t get to your current home or your new home because the street is too narrow or there are low-hanging trees or whatever, your shipment will have to be loaded onto a smaller truck called a “shuttle. ...
  13. The weft insertion device that propels the filling yarn across (over and under) the warp yarns. Shuttles used to be (shuttle looms) wooden with a metal tip.
  14. To move smoothly, forward or backward, through video or audio media at a constant rate.
  15. A term used to describe a roller coaster track that does not form a complete circuit. Instead the train or car is required to traverse the track in one direction and then reverse directions and return by repeating the course over again going in the opposite direction. ...
  16. A ride from town to Trail head, usually for a fee.
  17. Most of the time refers to the Emergency Escape Shuttle which shows up at the end of the round in the northwest of the station. ...
  18. To move rapidly through a program, as with scan forward or scan reverse VCR controls. Use the shuttle slider control to scan rapidly through a clip or program to move to a general area in the material. See also jog.
  19. "A tool on a loom to pass yarn through warp to form the weft."
  20. A public or private vehicle that travels back and forth over a particular route, especially a short route or one that provides connections between transportation systems, employment centers, etc.
  21. The device used to carry the cross or FILLING YARN back and forth through the strands of longitudinal or WARP YARN in WEAVING cloth.
  22. The art of maneuvering cars and canoes from put-in to take-out points.
  23. A short route, usually within a single community designed to link residents to major trip generators within the community. Shuttles may be designed to target particular groups of people, like seniors or youth.
  24. A coaster layout where the train travels the same length of track twice, generally once forwards and once backwards (Example: Revolution, BPB).
  25. A variable speed control on certain decks that allow you to go much faster or slower than normal speed and still see the images on your tape.