[英 [ˈflʌtə(r)] 美 [ˈflʌtɚ] ]
过去式：fluttered; 过去分词：fluttered; 现在分词：fluttering;flutter 基本解释
及物/不及物动词振翼，拍翅膀; 烦扰，坐立不安; （旗帜）飘扬
名词颤振; 飘扬; 紧张，激动不安; （身体部分的）病态阵跳
1. She fluttered her eyelids at him.
2. The butterfly fluttered into the room.
1. The curtains were fluttering in the breeze.
2. The flag fluttered in the breeze.
1. The news caused a flutter among the teaching staff.
2. 一种放音失真,脉冲干扰,颤动：Flute 长笛 | Flutter 一种放音失真,脉冲干扰,颤动 | FLW follow 跟踪,随动
3. 扑动：flushing 冲洗 | flutter 扑动 | flux cored arc welding 管状焊条电弧焊
4. 高频抖动：flush-right 右边排齐 | flutter 高频抖动 | flutter echo 颤动回波,多次回声flutter 双语例句
1. Shall flutter my gorgeous wings.
2. And yellow leaves of autumn, which have no songs. flutter and fall there wi
3. Results 36 patients (20 male, mean age 57.4±13.3 years) included 22cases of atrial fibrillation, 7 cases of atrial flutter and 7 cases of atrialtachycardia.20 patients were randomised to metoprolol group and 16patients to cedilanid group.
4. The differential equation of system was presented based on the assumption method and changing tendencies of the critical velocity for the flutter with both the gap and the thickness of the beam were discussed.
5. Also, this paper suggests the curves of the real and imaginary parts of the first three order dimensionless complex frequencies varying with dimensionless flow speed in the case of different dimensionless delay time s and mass ratio and obtain the range of dimensionless speed of the occurrence of divergence instability and coupled-mode flutter of the cylinde.
6. But then, through high-density in-laws Damiao Village, North Township, surnamed Wang, the development of innovative people, in the literati painting and the temple murals create a flutter on the basis of gray draft, followed by hand-painted, half-Indian half-painted paintings.
7. Bridge engineering; central-slotted box girder; wind tunnel test; flutter performance; CFD numerical simulation; flutter control
8. Moreover, in the uniform flow, at -3°, 0°and +3°attack angles, using the same girder model with static test, the vibration response as well as the natural frequency and displacement response of the girder are tested at any wind speed level by means of binary rigid section model hang through springs. In addition, the critical flutter wind speed of girder is measured.
9. The guidon flags flutter gayly in the wind.
10. He caused my heart to flutter to remind me of life.
11. I`ve never seen any military or commercial aircraft flutter around like an insect.
12. In some cases, the effects of structural nonlinearities on aircraft flutter analysis can not be neglected.
13. Composite aircraft structure; flutter model; design element; finite element
14. VC accelerometers have found their niche in the area of aircraft flutter testing.
15. The analysis result indicates that the method can extend the calculation of hypersonic aircraft flutter issue and provide references for the application of dynamic substructure method on flutter study.
16. Partial structure similarity model design concept is a better method for composite flutter model design, which can be applied to design transonic flutter model for aircraft wing and tail plane.
17. The application of polynomial fit algorithm was researched in the data process of the aircraft flutter flight test, and the influence of adopting the exponential window in the raw data processing to against noise and to enhance data processing accuracy was discussed.
18. And yellows leaves of autumn, which has no songs, flutter and fall there with a sign.
19. And yellow leaves of autumn, which have no songs, flutter fall there with a sigh.
20. They are in grey gauze with dark bat sleeves that flutter in the land breeze.
If something thin or light flutters, or if you flutter it, it moves up and down or from side to side with a lot of quick, light movements.
e.g. Her chiffon skirt was fluttering in the night breeze.
e.g. ...a butterfly fluttering its wings.
If something light such as a small bird or a piece of paper flutters somewhere, it moves through the air with small quick movements.
e.g. The paper fluttered to the floor...
e.g. The birds were active, whirring and fluttering among the trees.
If you have a flutter, you have a small bet on something such as a horse race.
e.g. I had a flutter on five horses.
If you say that someone flutters somewhere, you mean that they walk there with quick, light movements, often in a silly way or in a way which suggests that they are nervous.
e.g. She'd been fluttering about in the kitchen.
If your heart or stomach flutters, you experience a strong feeling of excitement or anxiety.
e.g. The look in his eyes made my heart flutter.
1. It is therefore not surprising that Foxconn's decision to introduce 1 million robots in its production value chain by 2013 has created a flutter.
2. PARIS - Stock market fluctuations and share price curves may cause hearts to flutter, but rarely do they inspire people to strip all their clothes off.
3. Red plastic bands flutter on poles stuck in the mud where sniffer dogs have picked up the scent of buried bodies.
4. If it happens to flutter down far away from the ceiling, that means its next movement is likely to be steeply back up.
5. Soft romantic melodies tinkle in the air while wedding dresses and veils flutter softly in the background.
6. If you smile and flutter your eyelashes a bit, you can get almost anything you want taken care of.
7. On the opposite side, flags from South Korea flutter in the wind above characters also spelling the word " fighting ".
8. Sure, her skirt does not flutter and her legs were replaced with a more solid pedestal.
9. In the West Bank, flags of soccer powerhouses like Germany and Brazil flutter from cars and storefronts.
10. The silence was broken only by church bells tolling and the flutter of flags.flutterflutter 英英释义
1. the act of moving back and forth
2. the motion made by flapping up and down
3. a disorderly outburst or tumult
e.g. they were amazed by the furious disturbance they had caused
Synonym: disturbancedisruptioncommotionhurly burlyto-dohoo-hahoo-hahkerfuffle
4. abnormally rapid beating of the auricles of the heart (especially in a regular rhythm)
can result in heart block
1. wink briefly
e.g. bat one's eyelids
2. move back and forth very rapidly
e.g. the candle flickered
3. beat rapidly
e.g. His heart palpitated
4. move along rapidly and lightly
skim or dart
e.g. The hummingbird flitted among the branches
5. flap the wings rapidly or fly with flapping movements
e.g. The seagulls fluttered overhead