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recoil
riː'kɔɪl [n]'riːkɔɪl [v]rɪ'kɔɪl
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A movement back from an impact.
  2. The backward jerk of a gun when it is fired.
(动) As a verb
  1. Spring back, as from a forceful thrust.
  2. Spring back; spring away from an impact.
  3. Draw back, as with fear or pain.
  4. Come back to the originator of an action with an undesired effect.
Hyphenationre•coil
Part of Speech(动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
畏缩wèisuōto cower; to flinch; to quail; to recoil
后退hòutuìto recoil; to draw back; to fall back; to retreat
弹回tánhuíto rebound
反作用fǎn zuòyòngopposite reaction
退却tuìquèto retreat; to shrink back
撤退chètuìto retreat
报应bàoyìngretribution; judgment
反撞fǎnzhuàngrecoil (of a gun)
反冲fǎnchōngrecoil (of a gun); to bounce back; backlash
后坐hòuzuòrecoil (of a gun); backlash
后坐力hòuzuò lìrecoil (of a gun); backlash; reactive force
反冲力fǎnchōng lìbacklash; recoil; reactive force
ruǎnto shrink; to recoil; to flinch, weak, soft and meek; gentle, (corrupted form of ) soft; weak, pliable
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