来自词根cur, 跑，词源同current, course.
- cursory (adj.)
- c. 1600, from Middle French cursoire "rapid," from Late Latin cursorius "hasty, of a race or running," from Latin curs-, past participle stem of currere "to run" (see current (adj.)).
- 1. Burke cast a cursory glance at the menu, then flapped it shut.
- 2. I gave the letter a fairly cursory reading.
- 3. He signed with only a cursory glance at the report.
- 4. Some books are for intensive study and some are for cursory reading.
- 5. Mason was terribly crushed. The most cursory examination revealed it.
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