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riffle

verb [T] uk   /ˈrɪ.fl̩/ ( also riffle through) us  
to look quickly through the pages of a book, magazine, etc., or through a collection of things: He riffled through the stack of papers on his desk.
Translations of “riffle”
in Chinese (Traditional) 快速翻閱, 快速翻看…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快速翻阅, 快速翻看…
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