- v.飞奔; 瞥
- 复数: darts;
- 第三人称单数: darts;
- 过去式: darted;
- 过去分词: darted;
- 现在分词: darting;
Neaten the raw edges of the dart by overlooking.
The dressmaker was making a dart in the dress.
Justin Dart died at the age of 71.
She made a dart for the exit.
Now the ShaoLin Cord and Dart is performing!
Lydia, sobbing with fright, saw Thomson dart forward and pick up the shotgun.
Mark the outline that has changed, i. e . from the site mark around to the unwanted dart.
The dart design plays an important role in apparel designing.
The rabbit made a dart into the forest.
Remove the block pattern . The neck dart has been pivoted into the underarm dart position.
His prey would dart out of sight and his arrows would fly astray.
A golden dart kills where it pleases.
In the armory of man, charm is the enchanted dart light and subtle as a hummingbird.
He threw the dart at the board and got a bull's eye.
Slash up through the center of the waist dart.
Positions are identified within the DART and can be filled as neededwith trauma care situations.
Close the unwanted neck dart by pivoting D around to A.
The boy hit the target with his first dart.
Inside DART MQ, each event is represented as a RDF graph.
Pivot the pattern so that the unwanted dart is closed up.
Some peculiarity might now dart forth.
The child made a sudden dart across the road.
She made a dart for the door.
The Dart is a delightful river with a profusion of wild flowers along its banks.
Markov died after being struck by a poison dart.
Dart, who had at first been very tense, at last relaxed.
Car horns toot as cyclists dart precariously through the traffic.
1. a small narrow pointed missile that is thrown or shot
2. a tapered tuck made in dressmaking
3. a sudden quick movement
1. move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart
2. run or move very quickly or hastily;
"She dashed into the yard"
3. move with sudden speed;
"His forefinger darted in all directions as he spoke"
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