fumbling

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[ˈfʌmblɪŋ]

v.

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  • 锦囊;
  • 摸找;
  • 摸索着爬
1. Peter drove jerkily, cornering too fast and fumbling the gears.
彼得转弯太急,换挡不利索,车开得一颠一颠的。

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2. Fumbling, he ran her card through the machine.
他笨手笨脚地用她的卡在机器上刷了一下。

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3. If he actually managed to the ball instead of fumbling it with an off - balance shot.
如果他实际上设法拿好球而不是fumbling它. 50-balance 射击笨拙地和迅速地会开始他的岗位移动,经常这样结束.

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4. If he actually managed to secure the ball instead of fumbling it awkwardly an off - balance shot.
如果他实际上设法拿好球而不是fumbling它.50-50提议有时. 他从off-balance 射击笨拙地和迅速地会开始他的岗位移动,经常这样结束.

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5. His critics say his fumbling of the issue of reform has eroded his authority.
批评家们说他在改革问题上的蹩脚做法已经削弱了他的权威。

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1. VERB 乱摸;摸索;笨拙地处理 If you fumble for something or fumble with something, you try and reach for it or hold it in a clumsy way. 
  • She crept from the bed and fumbled for her dressing gown...

    她从床上蹑手蹑脚地爬起来,摸索着自己的晨衣。

  • He fumbled with the buttons at the neck...

    他笨手笨脚地系着领口的纽扣。

  • He fumbled his one-handed attempt to light his cigarette.

    他笨拙地想用一只手点燃香烟。

2. VERB 笨嘴拙舌地说话;结结巴巴地说话 When you are trying to say something, if you fumble for the right words, you speak in a clumsy and unclear way. 
  • I fumbled for something to say...

    我磕磕巴巴地想说点儿什么。

  • He fumbled his lines, not knowing what he was going to say.

    他因为不知道接下来要说什么而把台词给念砸了。

Adjective

1. showing lack of skill or aptitude;

  • "a bungling workman"
  • "did a clumsy job"
  • "his fumbling attempt to put up a shelf"

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