vt.忽然弹出,挥动 vi.调情,摇晃的移动,玩弄,摇晃地摆动,摆动,轻率地对待 n.卖弄风情的人,调情的人
动词过去式:flirted 过去分词:flirted 现在分词:flirting 第三人称单数:flirts
/flɜ:t; flɝt/ v [I, Ipr] ~ (with sb)
1 behave (towards sb) in a romantic or suggestive way but without serious intentions 调情
*It's embarrassing when they flirt like that in public, ie with each other. 他们在大庭广众之中那样调情, 真让人难堪.
* He enjoys flirting (with the girls in the office). 他爱（与办公室的女职员）调情.
2 ~ with sth
(a) pretend to be interested in sth; think about sth but not seriously 假装对某事物感兴趣; 对某事物想想而已
*I'm flirting with the idea of getting a job in China. 我胡思乱想着要到中国去工作.
(b) behave so casually that one's life is put in danger 举动轻率（罔顾自己的性命）
*flirt with danger/death 把危险[死亡]当儿戏.
n person who flirts with many people 与许多人调情的人
*They say he's a terrible flirt. 据说他是调情色鬼.