- vi. 蜿蜒地滑行
- vt. 使滑动
- n. 滑动；滑行
1. frequentative form of slide.
2. slide => slither.
改写自 slidder, 滑行，来自 slide,滑动，-er,表反复。
- slither (v.)
- early 15c., variant of Middle English slidder "to slip, slide," from Old English slidrian "to slip, slide on a loose slope," a frequentative form of slidan "to slide" (see slide (v.)). For spelling change, compare gather. Meaning "to walk in a sliding manner" is attested from 1848. In reference to reptile motion, attested from 1839. Related: Slithered; slithering.
- slither (n.)
- "slithering movement," 1861, from slither (v.).
- 1. I felt the December air slither down my leg.
- 2. A father and son snake are out for a nice afternoon slither.
- 3. Tonya screamed when she saw a snake slither across the yard.
- 4. They slither while they pass.
- 5. More often than not , the rattlesnake will slither away in search of a less intimidating foe.
- 多数环境下, 响尾蛇会爬开,去寻找不恁地吓人的猎物.
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