- n. 回转；沼地；极多
- vi. 扭转；侧滑；转向；猛拐
- vt. 使扭转；使旋转
- v. 杀害（slay的过去式）
来自爱尔兰语 sluagh,军队，队伍，词源同 slogan.引申词义许多，大量。
- slew (n.1)
- "swampy place," 1708, North American variant of slough.
- slew (v.)
- "to turn, swing, twist," 1834, earlier slue (1769), a nautical word, of unknown origin. Slewed (1801) is old nautical slang for "drunk." Slew-foot "clumsy person who walks with feet turned out" is from 1896.
- slew (n.2)
- "large number," 1839, from Irish sluagh "a host, crowd, multitude," from Celtic and Balto-Slavic *sloug- "help, service" (see slogan).
- 1. There have been a whole slew of shooting incidents.
- 2. They dealt with a slew of other issues.
- 3. St George slew the dragon.
- 4. St George slew the cattle.
- 5. It was with those grenades Pablo slew the post at Otero.
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