名词:flitter 动词过去式:flitted 过去分词:flitted 现在分词:flitting 第三人称单数:flits
1 [Ipr, Ip] fly or move lightly and quickly from one place to another 轻快地从一处飞到另一处; 掠过
*bees flitting (about) from flower to flower 在花丛中飞来飞去的蜜蜂
* He flits from one thing to another, ie does not deal with anything seriously. 他做事总是三心二意.
* (fig 比喻) A thought flitted through my mind, ie came suddenly but then quickly disappeared. 在我头脑中有一闪念.
2 [I] (Brit infml 口) move about from one house to another; move from one's home secretly ,esp in order to avoid paying debts, etc 频繁搬迁; 秘密离家（尤指为躲债等）.
n (Brit infml 口) act of flitting (flit 2) (used esp in the expression shown) （为躲债等）搬家, 离家（尤用于以下示例）
*do a (moonlight) flit （在夜半）秘密搬家.
v past tense and past participleflittedpresent participleflitting [I always + adverb/preposition]
[Date: 1100-1200; Language: Old Norse;Origin: flytja 'to carry around']
to move lightly or quickly and not stay in one place for very long
Birds flitted about in the trees above them.
She seemed to spend her life flitting from one country to another.
His eyes flitted to his watch.