Flushing

['flʌʃiŋ]
  • n. 脸红
  • adj. 使人脸红的
  • v. [建] 冲洗;脸红(flush的ing形式)
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Flushing
New York village established 1645 by English Puritans (now a neighborhood in Queens), an English corruption of Dutch Vlissingen, name of Dutch town where the Puritans had taken refuge, literally "flowing" (so called for its location on an estuary of the West Scheldt), and thus perhaps distantly related to flush (v.1).
1. The police succeeded in flushing the criminal from their secret meeting place.
警察成功地把这名罪犯从秘密据点赶出来.

来自《简明英汉词典》

2. The Guyana Defence Force is engaged in flushing out illegal Brazilian miners operating in the country.
圭亚那国防军正采取行动驱逐在本国作业的非法巴西矿工。

来自柯林斯例句

3. He turned away embarrassed, his face flushing red.
他难为情地扭过头去,羞红了脸。

来自辞典例句

4. The lavatory won't flush; I've tried flushing It'several times, but it won't work.
洗脸盆不流水, 我试着冲几次都没成功.

来自辞典例句

5. Its flushing action is impaired by the surrounding islands.
它的宣泄道为周围的岛屿所阻滞.

来自辞典例句

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