fumble verb (DO STH AWKWARDLY) - traducción al chino (tradicionál) en el diccionario inglés-chino (tradicionál) - Cambridge Dictionaries Online
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Traducción en chino (tradicionál) de “fumble”

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fumble

verb [I usually + adv/prep] (DO STH AWKWARDLY)
笨手笨腳地做
 
 
/ˈfʌm.bl̩/
to do something awkwardly, especially when using your hands
笨手笨腳地做;(尤指)摸索,亂摸
I fumbled with the lock.
我笨手笨腳地想把鎖打開。
He fumbled in his pockets for some change.
他在口袋裡摸索著找零錢。
She fumbled around/about in her handbag, looking for her key.
她在手提袋裡摸索著找鎖匙。
They fumbled around/about (= moved awkwardly) in the dark, trying to find their way out of the cinema.
他們在黑暗中摸索,想從電影院裡出去。
Inability and awkwardness
(Definition of fumble verb (DO STH AWKWARDLY) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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