- vi.（鹰）俯冲，猛冲; 突然扑向;
- n.飞扑，攫取; [航]下扑;
- 复数: swoops;
- 第三人称单数: swoops;
- 过去式: swooped;
- 过去分词: swooped;
- 现在分词: swooping;
In one fell swoop the bank wiped away the tentative benefits of this policy.
Police held 10 suspected illegal immigrants after a swoop on a German lorry.
It seemed that the plane was going to swoop down and strafe the town, so we dived for cover.
The plane made a swoop over the city.
And then she added with a sudden swoop to earth,'sebastian drinks too much! "
接着,她忽然急转直下,出其不意地说, “ 塞巴斯蒂安酒喝得太多了. ”
He practiced the art of circling among random facts to swoop down on the essentials.
Euphoric, he even thought he might settle all his problems in one fell swoop.
We decided to swoop down upon the enemy there.
With a swoop of his shining ax , the third tree fell.
Listen, you can't just swoop in here and start talking about dying.
They both come through and in one fell swoop, take away all of your possessions.
“它们都是在经过一番舔吹之后, 掳走了你所有的财物. ”
He lost all his wealth all at one swoop.
With a swoop of his shining ax, the second tree fell.
Flippers swoop in at public auctions of foreclosed homes, known as trustee or sheriff sales.
In one fell swoop, Illidan had wiped out almost all of Maiev's sisters in justice.
My savings were exhausted in one fell swoop.
This hero of the skies is always ready to swoop in for the rescue.
Police made a dawn swoop.
Joey : Yes, now is when you swoop!
乔伊: 没错, 就现在!
It'seemed the plane was going to swoop down and strafe the town.
Other companies have also expressed interest and could swoop in with a higher offer.
The white bilge number is broken at one fell swoop.
The millionaire lost his money and his friends at one fell swoop.
Then, they swoop down and catch those birds to eat.
The Trap ~ A million flamingos swoop down on Lake Bogoria in East Africa.
She just broke up with the guy, it's time for you to swoop in!
Seniors swoop in as young chicks enter their first year in college.
And City officials have dismissed suggestions that they are planning a swoop for Torres.
1. (music) rapid sliding up or down the musical scale;
"the violinist was indulgent with his swoops and slides"
2. a very rapid raid
3. a swift descent through the air
1. move down on as if in an attack;
"The raptor swooped down on its prey"
"The teacher swooped down upon the new students"
2. move with a sweep, or in a swooping arc
3. seize or catch with a swooping motion
at (或 in) one fell swoop