名词:shuffler 动词过去式:shuffled 过去分词:shuffled 现在分词:shuffling 第三人称单数:shuffles
1 (a) [I, Ipr, Ip] walk without lifting the feet completely clear of the ground 拖着脚步走
*Walk properly don't shuffle. 好好走路--脚别蹭地.
* The prisoners shuffled along the corridor and into their cells. 囚犯们沿着走廊拖着脚步进入牢房.
* The queue shuffled forward slowly. 排长队的人拖着脚步往前蹭.
(b) [I, Tn] change one's position or move (one's feet) about while standing or sitting, because of nervousness, boredom, etc （因紧张、厌烦等）站着或坐着时改变位置或移动（双足）
*The audience began to shuffle (their feet) impatiently. 观众已经不耐烦了, 渐渐跺起脚来. =>Usage 见所附用法.
2 (a) [I, Tn, Tn.p] slide (playing-cards) over one another to change their order 洗（纸牌）
*Who is going to shuffle? 谁洗牌?
* She shuffled the pack (up). 她把牌洗好了.
(b) [Tn, Tn.p] move (papers, etc) around to different positions 将（文件等）移来移去
*He shuffled the papers (around) on the desk, pretending to be busy. 他胡乱翻动桌上文件, 装出很忙的样子.
3 [I] behave as if one is being dishonest, or avoiding responsibility, etc; avoid being definite 显得不诚实或逃避责任等; 闪烁其辞
*give us a clear answer. 别躲躲闪闪的
4 (phr v) shuffle sth off (onto sb); shuffle out of sth avoid doing (what one ought to do) 推卸（应做的事）
*He tries to shuffle his work off onto others. 他想把工作推给别人.
* She shuffled out of the chores by saying she felt ill. 她说她有病, 把杂事都推掉了.
n (usu sing 通常作单数)
1 shuffling walk or movement 拖着脚步走或移动（的姿态）
*walk with an exhausted shuffle 拖着疲惫不堪的脚步走.
2 act of shuffling playing-cards 洗牌
*give the pack a good shuffle 把牌好好洗一下.
3 rearrangement; reordering 重新安排; 重新组合
*a shuffle in the Cabinet, ie reallocating responsibilities among its members, etc 内阁改组.
NOTE ON USAGE 用法
*There are a number of verbs which describe abnormal ways of walking. 有几个动词可用以表示不正常的行走方式. Shuffle and shamble indicate moving without lifting the feet completely off the ground. *shuffle和shamble均指行走时脚不完全离开地面. Shuffle suggests a slow, tired movement; shamble may be faster and more careless *shuffle指缓慢的、疲惫的步子, 而shamble则可来得较快也较随便
*The queue of prisoners shuffled towards the door. 那队囚犯拖着沉重的步子向门口蹭去.
* The beggar shambled past us. 那个乞丐脚蹭着地从我们身旁走过.Stagger and stumble suggest unsteady or uncontrolledmovement. *stagger和stumble均指不稳的或身不由己的动作. A person staggers when carrying a heavy load or when drunk. 身负重物的人或喝醉的人走起路来即为stagger. We stumble when we hit our feet against unseen objects. 因未见到地上的物体, 不留心用脚碰到即为stumble. Waddle is used humorously to describe someone swaying from side to side like a duck because of fatness or while carrying heavy bags. *waddle的词义很幽默, 指因肥胖或因负重走起路来一摇一摆像鸭子似的. Hobble and limp describe the uneven movement of someone whose legs are injured. *hobble和limp均指腿受伤时不平稳的步子. Limp is used especially when only one leg is damaged or stiff. *limp专用以指单腿受伤或强直.
1. It is John´s turn to shuffle the cards. 轮到约翰洗牌了。