- vi. 蠕动；蜿蜒而行
- vt. 使蠕动；蠕动到；不知不觉地潜入
- n. 蠕动；扭动
1. see wrench.
2. wry => wriggle.
3. *wr- "twist".
- wriggle: see wry
- wriggle (v.)
- late 15c., from Middle Low German wrigglen "to wriggle," from Proto-Germanic *wreik- "to turn" (see wry). Related to Old English wrigian "to turn, incline, go forward."
- 1. He clutched the child tightly as she again tried to wriggle free.
- 2. I've got an appointment I can't wriggle out of.
- 3. Don't let Tom wriggle out of helping you.
- 4. Children wriggle themselves when they are bored.
- 5. The Government has tried to wriggle out of any responsibility for providing childcare for working parents.
[ wriggle 造句 ]