动词过去式:swerved 过去分词:swerved 现在分词:swerving 第三人称单数:swerves
v [I, Ipr, Ip] change direction suddenly 突然转向
*The lorry swerved sharply to avoid the child. 卡车突然转向以免撞着那孩子.
* The ball swerved to the left. 那球突然转向左方.
* (fml fig 文, 比喻) She never swerves from her determination to succeed. 她争取胜利的决心决不动摇.
n swerving movement 突然的转向
*a wide, dangerous, sudden swerve 大弧度的、危险的、突然的转向.
[Language: Old English;Origin: sweorfan 'to wipe, put away']
to make a sudden sideways movement while moving forwards, usually in order to avoid hitting something
The car swerved sharply to avoid the dog.
swerve across/off/into etc
The bus swerved off the road.
[usually in negatives]formal
to change from an idea, course of action, purpose etc
He would never swerve from the truth.