move, first to one side and then to the other; swing
control or influence; govern the direction of
"the ship was rocking"
"the tall building swayed"
"She rocked back and forth on her feet"
"He swung back"
"Carry all before one"
"His speech did not sway the voters"
"rock the cradle"
"rock the baby"
"the wind swayed the trees gently"
No historian of art will be inclined to underrate the sway of style.
出自： E. H. Gombrich
Infants under the sway of hunger.
出自： J. McDougall
Martha held sway over all matters domestic.
出自： E. Young
Ivan managed to..hold sway by joining forces with the church.
He tried again to beat his hand..but..he had lost sway over his body.
The long..grass..swaying in the wind.
出自： V. Brittain
My head reeled and I swayed a little.
出自： D. Welch
Above it, swaying on a string, hung a stuffed white dove.
出自： A. Lee
那群人随着音乐婆娑起舞。 sway sth to sth
The wind swayed a tree to the ground.
The weight of the passengers swayed the car to the right.
The weight of the load swayed the boat to the left.
The earthquake caused the wall to sway to the right.
那就是支配她的动机。 sway sth with sth
She swayed her body in time with the music.
He swayed his head from side to side with worry.
She swayed the baby's cradle with her foot until the baby went to sleep.