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  1. zigzag

    • IPA[ˈzɪɡzaɡ]

    英式

    • n.
      a line or course having abrupt alternate right and left turns;a turn on a zigzag course
    • adj.
      having the form of a zigzag; veering alternately to right and left
    • adv.
      so as to move right and left alternately
    • v.
      have or move along in a zigzag course
    • verb: zigzag, 3rd person present: zigzags, gerund or present participle: zigzagging, past tense: zigzagged, past participle: zigzagged

    • noun: zigzag, plural noun: zigzags

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞

    名詞

    • 1. a line or course having abrupt alternate right and left turns she traced a zigzag on the metal with her finger
    • a turn on a zigzag course the road descends in a series of sharp zigzags

    形容詞

    • 1. having the form of a zigzag; veering alternately to right and left when chased by a predator, some animals take a zigzag course

    副詞

    • 1. so as to move right and left alternately she drives zigzag across the city

    動詞

    • 1. have or move along in a zigzag course the path zigzagged between dry rises in the land
    • adj.
      marked with or in the form of a zigzag: colorful zigzagged knitwear we head up the zigzagged road to Machu Picchu

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      marked with or in the form of a zigzag: colourful zigzagged knitwear we head up the zigzagged road to Machu Picchu

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a free-standing fence consisting of sets of wooden rails that interlock in a zigzag fashion: the zigzag fence required much less labor than the straight post-and-hole fence

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈziɡˌzaɡ]

    美式

    • n.
      a line or course having abrupt alternate right and left turns: she traced a zigzag on the metal with her finger
    • adj.
      having the form of a zigzag; veering alternately to right and left: when chased by a predator, some animals take a zigzag course
    • adv.
      so as to move right and left alternately: she drives zigzag across the city
    • v.
      have or move along in a zigzag course: the path zigzagged between dry rises in the land

    Oxford American Dictionary