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sway
sweɪ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Pitching dangerously to one side.
  2. Controlling influence.
(动) As a verb
  1. Move back and forth or sideways.
  2. Cause to move back and forth.
  3. Move or walk in a swinging or swaying manner.
  4. Win approval or support for.
Hyphenationsway
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
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摇摆yáobǎito sway; to wobble; to waver
影响力yǐngxiǎng lìinfluence; impact
支配zhīpèito control; to dominate; to allocate
摇动yáodòngto shake; to sway
弄歪nòngwāito distort
倾斜qīngxiéto incline; to lean; to slant; to slope; to tilt
动摇dòngyáoto sway; to waver; to rock; to rattle; to destabilize; to pose a challenge to
影响yǐngxiǎnginfluence; effect; to influence; to affect (usually adversely); to disturb
yáoto shake; to rock; to row; to crank; (Chinese surname)
晃动huàngdòngto sway; to rock
tángto sway; to cross
摆动bǎidòngto sway; to swing; to move back and forth; to oscillate
huàngto sway; to shake; to wander about
忽悠hūyouto rock; to sway; to flicker (e.g. of lights reflected on water); to flutter (e.g. of a flag); to trick somebody into doing something; to dupe; to con
to shake; to sway
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