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careen

verb [I]  /kəˈrin/ us  
to go forward, esp. quickly, while moving from side to side: The car skidded and careened wildly across several lanes of traffic.
Translations of “careen”
in Chinese (Traditional) 歪歪斜斜地疾行, 橫衝直撞…
in Chinese (Simplified) 歪歪斜斜地疾行, 横冲直撞…
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