- vi. 翻滚；蠕动
- vt. 扭曲；扭动
- n. 翻滚；扭动；苦恼
1. see wrench.
- writhe: see wrist
- writhe (v.)
- Old English wriðan (transitive) "to twist or bend," earlier "to bind or fetter," from Proto-Germanic *writhanan (cognates: North Frisian wrial, Old High German ridan, Old Norse riða, Middle Swedish vriþa, Middle Danish vride), from PIE *wreit- "to turn, bend" (see wreath). Intransitive, of the body or limbs, "move in a twisting or tortuous manner," from c. 1300. Related: Writhed; writhing.
- 1. The subject makes her writhe with embarrassment.
- 2. His dazed eyes stare at the eels, which still writhe and entwine.
- 3. Though the thought made her writhe, there was nothing she could do about it.
- "尽管她一想起这句话就痛心, 可是也毫无办法.
- 4. While you are at peace I shall writhe in the torments of hell.
- 5. The more the worms writhe, the more I yearn to crush out their entrails!
- 虫子越受苦, 我就越想碾碎它们.
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