throw violently or with force
move oneself, one's arms, etc. violently, hurriedly, impulsively or angrily
an occasion or period of enjoying oneself often with no sense of responsibility
"he took a crack at it"
"I gave it a whirl"
"fling the frisbee"
"He flung himself onto the sofa"
"I splurged on a new TV"
"Put away your worries"
A fling at the clergy never fails to raise a laugh.
出自： C. Johnston
The Chancellor..flung away in a rage.
出自： Ld Macaulay
He flung back the way he had come.
出自： S. Middleton
Are we to fling off in a new direction?
出自： V. Woolf
Fling a dress on and let's go to the party at once.
When the train crashed, many passengers were flung out onto the lines.
火车相撞时,很多旅客被抛到了铁路上。 fling sth ⇔ out
I really must fling out all these old newspapers.
我真的该把这些旧报纸扔掉了。 fling out
She turned and flung out of the room without another word.
她一言不发,气呼呼地转身走了。 fling sb ⇔ out
The old lady was flung out of the house because the owner wanted to pull it down.
Two members were flung out of the club for failing to pay the money they owed.
两名会员因未能交欠款而被俱乐部开除了。 fling sth ⇔ out
At last the chairman flung out his own suggestion, which the committee were eager to accept.
最后,主席提出了自己的意见,委员们欣然接受。 fling out
Suddenly the horse flung out and the rider was thrown to the ground.