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wrong-foot

verb
 
 
/ˌrɒŋˈfʊt/ US  /ˌrɑːŋ-/
[T] UK in a sport, to hit or kick the ball so that the other player believes the ball will go in the opposite direction to the one in which it will really go in order to make them move in the wrong direction
(体育运动中)使(对手)错判球的方向
Cheating and trickingPlotting and trappingGeneral terms used in ball sports
[T often passive] to cause someone to be in a difficult situation by doing something unexpected
使措手不及
The company was completely wrong-footed by the dollar's sudden recovery.
美元的突然复苏使那家公司完全措手不及。
Causing difficulties for oneself or others
Translations of “wrong-foot”
in Chinese (Traditional) (體育運動中)使(對手)錯判球的方向, 使措手不及…
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