- vi. 挣扎，折腾；错乱地做事或说话
- v. stagger
- 1.The girl was frightened by the audience and floundered through her song.
- 2.Flounder, a Novel of New Historicism?
- 3.Sadly they are likely to flounder unless the Americans do more than just nudge them along.
- 1.flesh of any of various American and European flatfish
- 2.any of various European and non-European marine flatfish
- 1.walk with great difficulty
- 2.behave awkwardly; have difficulties
- 清蒸龙利; 比目鱼; 挣扎; 龙利;
- flounder point
- flounder plate
- winter flounder
- 比目鱼; 美洲拟鲽;
- Piebald flounder