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hover

verb
 
 
/ˈhɒv.ər/ US  /ˈhɑː.vɚ/
[I usually + adv/prep] to stay in one place in the air, usually by moving the wings quickly
盤旋;翱翔;懸停
A hawk hovered in the sky, waiting to swoop down on its prey.
一隻老鷹在天空中盤旋,要伺機俯衝捕捉獵物。
I heard the noise of a helicopter hovering overhead.
我聽到頭頂上直升機盤旋的聲音。
Movement through the airAviationTravelling by aircraftWaitingStaying and remaining
[I usually + adv/prep] to stand somewhere, especially near another person, eagerly or nervously waiting for their attention
徘徊;守候
A waiter hovered at the table, ready to take our order.
一名侍者守在桌子旁,等著我們點菜。
I could sense him behind me, hovering and building up the courage to ask me a question.
我能感覺到他在我身後猶豫徘徊,想鼓起勇氣問我一個問題。
Animal (non-human) behaviourOrnithology and bird-watchingMovement through the airAviationTravelling by aircraft
[I + adv/prep] to stay at or near a particular level
(在某一個標準附近)徘徊
Inflation is hovering at 3%.
通貨膨脹率在3%左右徘徊。
Keeping and staying the sameNot able to be changed
(Definition of hover from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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