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trail

verb (MOVE SLOWLY) 緩慢地移動     /treɪl/
[I or T, usually + adv/prep] to (allow something to) move slowly along the ground or through the air or water, after someone or something 拖,拉 Katherine, your skirt's trailing in the mud! 凱瑟琳,你的裙子拖在泥裡了! As the boat moved along, he trailed his hand in the water. 他把手放在水裡,手隨船破水而行。 Pulling
[I usually + adv/prep] to move slowly and without energy or enthusiasm 行動拖遝;疲憊地走;沒精打埰地行走 The delegates trailed back into the conference room for the afternoon session. 代表們沒精打埰地回到會議室,準備開下午的會。 After a mile or two the youngest children were trailing behind. 走了一兩英里後,年齡最小的孩子們無精打埰地跟在後面。 Slow and moving slowly
(Definition of trail verb (MOVE SLOWLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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