Definition of 'dart'
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Sterling was darting around, looking for pockets of space, but missing a glorious chance from close range. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His eyes darted towards the parade of shops. The Sun (2014)Plus a sea so clear that we spotted fish darting along the bottom. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The animals dart between or through the trees and along the streams in a sheltered woodland setting. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Simply throw the dart and see where it lands. The Sun (2009)Her eyes dart towards him when the couple are questioned by the media. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He notices my eye darting towards the glass. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He had brilliant darting eyes and talked incessantly. The Crossing-Place (1993)The dart board 's still there though. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's the same for anything that involves a snooker cue or a dart board. The Sun (2008)The animals were darting all over the place, out of their minds with terror. The Sun (2008)My job was often actually throwing the dart out of sight, since they were hopeless at aiming. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I could only raise my arm so far to throw a dart or drink a pint and then it was so painful. The Sun (2009)What I should do is make them into a dart board. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But I taught myself how to throw a dart again with intense practice. The Sun (2011) Suddenly, he darts off on a detour and we had to run for another 20 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You just need beer pumps, a dart board, lino. The Sun (2015)The quick dart down the corridor to the loo in your underpants at 3am as you lurch through France. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She got to the top (no more than four feet off the ground) when suddenly her mum darted over. Times, Sunday Times (2014)After many attempts to catch the little fish darting in and out, I finally captured a great one. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'dart'
British English: dart /dɑːt/ NOUN
A dart is a small, narrow object with a sharp point which you can throw or shoot.
The idea was to burst a balloon by throwing a dart.
- American English: dart
- Arabic: سَهْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: dardo
- Chinese: 飞镖
- Croatian: strelica
- Czech: šipka hrací
- Danish: pil
- Dutch: pijltje
- European Spanish: dardo
- Finnish: tikkanuoli
- French: fléchette
- German: Wurfpfeil
- Greek: βελάκι
- Italian: freccetta
- Japanese: ダーツ用の投げ矢
- Korean: 가늘고 짧은 화살
- Norwegian: pil
- Polish: rzutka
- European Portuguese: dardo
- Romanian: săgeată
- Russian: дротик
- Spanish: dardo
- Swedish: pil kasta pil
- Thai: ลูกดอก
- Turkish: dart oku
- Ukrainian: дротик
- Vietnamese: phi tiêu
British English: dart VERB
If a person or animal darts somewhere, they move there suddenly and quickly.
Ingrid darted across the deserted street.
Definition of dart from the Collins English Dictionary
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