English version

Topic: Darts

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdartdart1 /dɑːt $ dɑːrt/ ●○○ verb  1 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]FAST/QUICK to move suddenly and quickly in a particular direction Jill darted forward and pulled him away from the fire.2 [intransitive, transitive] literaryLOOK AT to look at someone or something very quickly Tom darted a terrified glance over his shoulder at his pursuers.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
dartQuick black slashes of fleeing birds darted across the orange sky.She leaned towards him, her mouth half open, her tongue darting across white teeth.His little black eyes darted around my office.He half expected one of the police to dart forward and rearrange her-hair.Then one day for a brief second he got up his nerve and darted forward.I watch him dart into stores in his gleaming leather shoes.As the rain began to fall harder, I darted into the first shop I could find.My mind darts like a boy who has stolen something and wants to get to a safe place to examine his prize.She began to see small craft darting like dragonflies between the soaring galleries.She stumbled backwards and I darted out of the way as she fell over.I could see small silvery fish darting through the water.