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swimmer 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
  1. a trained athlete who participates in swimming meets; "he was an Olympic swimmer"
  2. a person who travels through the water by swimming; "he is not a good swimmer"
  3. (swimming) the act of swimming; "it was the swimming they enjoyed most": "they took a short swim in the pool"
  4. (swimming) liquid: filled or brimming with tears; "swimming eyes"; "sorrow made the eyes of many grow liquid"
  5. (swimming) naiant: applied to a fish depicted horizontally
  6. The aquatic sport of swimming is based on the human act of swimming, that is, locomotion in water by self propulsion, with the goal of completing a given distance in the shortest amount of time. ...
  7. Swimmer is an arcade game developed in 1982 by Tehkan (now known as Tecmo) and published by Centuri. The comic gameplay involves swimming up a river whilst avoiding logs and various marine life. The player collects fruit to score points and power up to knock enemies out. ...
  8. In BEAM robotics, a swimmer is a robot that functions on or in a liquid environment. These are sometimes referred to as aquabots or aquavores (the latter being a misnomer, as they are not "water eaters"). ...
  9. The Swimmer is a 1968 film directed by Frank Perry and starring Burt Lancaster. A surreal, allegorical tale, it is based on the short story of the same name by John Cheever, adapted by Eleanor Perry (wife of director Frank).
  10. "The Swimmer" is a poem by the Australian poet Adam Lindsay Gordon. The poem is from his last volume of poems Bush Ballads and Galloping Hymns published in 1870, when he was living at Melbourne. ...
  11. (Swimmers (film)) Swimmers is a 2005 American independent drama about a waterman's family on Chesapeake Bay's eastern shore. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 22, 2005 and won the Grand Jury Prize for Best New American Film from the Seattle International Film Festival. ...
  12. One who swims
  13. (swimming) The action of the verb "to swim"; The activity of being moving oneself through water using one's arms and legs while buoyed up by the water, carried out by humans for amusement, exercise, sport or entertainment
  14. (swimmers) In addition to people who swim, this term is also sometimes used as slang for bathing suit.
  15. (swimmers) bathing suit; swimming costume.
  16. (SWIMMING) Exploring the depths of your emotions (being comfortable or struggling, dealing with surface feelings or being totally immersed, etc. ...
  17. (SWIMMING) Originating in babylon to punish Witches and adulterers, it was adopted at various times to prove the crime of Witchcraft during the Burning Times. Swimming had two versions, in both the Witch was tied up and dunked into a river or lake.
  18. (SWIMMING) The tendency of certain kinds of products to rotate in the hopper as a mass in response to the action of the agitation system. The agitation should sweep through the product rather then push it around. A change in the type of agitation blades is required if this happens.
  19. (Swimming) All groups compete in swimming. Unlike in other events, no prostheses may be worn in competition.
  20. (Swimming) Aquatic Centre Conditions of Entry
  21. (Swimming) Charges and certain rules apply to the use of the swimming pool. Please check with Reception.
  22. (Swimming) Completed 2007-2008 season with new coach Jake Taylor, with an improved record from previous years. Girls team finished 8th in the 2008 Iron Hills Conference 'A' Championship.
  23. (Swimming) Health care providers and fitness experts claim that swimming is the best and safest excerise for expecting women. ...
  24. (Swimming) Many people with epilepsy have concerns about swimming. The risk is quite low if you swim in a pool that is supervised by qualified lifeguards. It is important that you let the lifeguards know you have epilepsy before you enter the water. Do not go swimming if you feel unwell. ...
  25. (Swimming) Some important terminology in Swimming :- Crawl, Breast stroke, Spring Board, Twist, Butter fly etc.