- vi. 闪烁；摇曳；颤动；扑动翅膀；假装昏倒
- vt. 使闪烁；使摇曳
- n. 闪烁；闪光；电影
- n. (Flicker)人名；(英)弗利克
CET6+ TEM8 IELTS GRE
1. flickr.com 闪烁的画面、闪烁的屏幕，形容 Screens. Images. Candles. Etc.
3. flick-拍打、振翅 => fl- => fly, flight, flop, flip, flick, flicker <== blow.
- flicker (n.1)
- 1849, "wavering, unsteady light or flame;" 1857 as "a flickering," from flicker (v.).
- flicker (v.)
- Old English flicorian "to flutter, flap quickly and lightly, move the wings," originally of birds. Onomatopoeic and suggestive of quick motion. Sense of "shine with a wavering light" is c. 1600, but not common till 19c. Related: Flickered; flickering.
- flicker (n.2)
- type of North American woodpecker, 1808, American English, said to be echoic of bird's note, or from black spots on plumage of the underparts that seem to flicker as it flits from tree to tree.
- 1. Looking through the cabin window I saw the flicker of flames.
- 2. He looked at me, a flicker of amusement in his cold eyes.
- 3. He felt a flicker of regret.
- 4. The civil servant's expression, however, did not change, not so much as by a flicker.
- 5. Every time a new flicker of resistance appeared, the government snuffed it out.
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