- vi. 掠过；轻快地飞；移居
- n. 轻快的飞行；搬家
- n. (Flit)人名；(俄)弗利特
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2. fleet => flit.
来自PIE*pleu, 浮动，飘动，词源同fleet, float, pluvial. 或直接来自辅音丛bl, fl, 折腾，拍打，拟声词，词源同flap, flabby,flag.
- flit: see float
- flit (v.)
- c. 1200, flitten, flytten, flutten "convey, move (a thing) from one place to another, take, carry away," also intransitive, "go away, move, migrate," from Old Norse flytja "to remove, bring," from Proto-Germanic *flutjan- "to float," from extended form of PIE *pleu- "to flow" (see pluvial). Intransitive sense "move lightly and swiftly" is from early 15c.; from c. 1500 as "remove from one habitation to another" (originally Northern English and Scottish)
Theire desire ... is to goe to theire newe masters eyther on a Tewsday, or on a Thursday; for ... they say Munday flitte, Neaver sitte. [Henry Best, farming & account book, 1641]
Related: Flitted; flitting. As a noun, "a flitting, a removal," from 1835.
- 1. He's prone to flit between subjects with amazing ease.
- 2. Birds flit about in the sky.
- 3. Bats flit about in the twilight.
- 4. The slave flit - flop is being set or reset.
- 从动 触发器正在进行置位和复位.
- 5. A few colourful dragon - flies even carne to flit over the puddles in the tenement yard.
来自汉英文学 - 骆驼祥子
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