- n.扭打，混战; 拖脚行走，拖步; 拖着脚走的声音
- vi.扭打，混战; 拖脚行走
- 第三人称单数: scuffles;
- 过去式: scuffled;
- 过去分词: scuffled;
- 现在分词: scuffling;
The drunken men started to scuffle.
But that was just a scuffle and exchange of words.
Late last year, three Chinese shoppers trampled to death in a supermarket scuffle over cooking oil.
A scuffle broke out between Basijis and a group of young male demonstrators.
A scuffle broke out between the two teams.
He was jostled and pushed to the ground in the scuffle, Xinhua said.
Suddenly, an explosion inside the pot, and Zhang Yong is a scuffle between a moment together.
突然, 场内炸开了锅, 和张勇片刻间已是扭打在一起.
Then the hens scuffle under verandah, the cock ruffles his featITs on guard.
And she put her small hand upon his and a little scuffle ensued.
There was a scuffle and I lost my hat in the melee.
I don't know how It'started ; in any case , there was a brief scuffle.
Their scuffle was stopped by the riot police.
The two men quarrelled and there was a scuffle.
Oswald was subdued after a scuffle with a second policeman in a nearby theater.
Five pickets were injured in the scuffle.
The gruff ruffian's ruffled cuff is scuffed in the scuffle with the shuffler.
In the hallway outside, a scuffle of feet . A clink of metal.
That night Jane listens scuffle and a cry for help in the room only above ITs.
1. disorderly fighting
2. a hoe that is used by pushing rather than pulling
3. an unceremonious and disorganized struggle
1. walk by dragging one's feet;
"he shuffled out of the room"
"We heard his feet shuffling down the hall"
2. fight or struggle in a confused way at close quarters;
"the drunken men started to scuffle"