Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Swoop"

The meaning of "Swoop" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa swoop?
A: A sudden rush or attack, usually from above.

"The eagle swooped down and grasped the mouse in its talons."
Q: O que significa swoop?
A: To arrive suddenly and unexpectedly.
Or to take something quickly so that it is no longer available to anyone else.

A storm swooped in and blew the antenna off the roof.

I wanted to ask her out on a date, but Mike swooped in and asked her first.

That’s a cheap price for the car. Someone will swoop it up very soon.

A handsome man with a good job will be swooped up very quickly.
Q: O que significa swoop?
A: It means to move rapidly downward through the air. Example: The bird swoops down to grab a mouse.
Q: O que significa swoop?
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Q: O que significa swoop low?
A: "Swoop low" is when a plane flies fast downward and then goes up near the ground.

My Japanese isn't that good but I think "swoop" is "急降下".

Example sentences using "Swoop"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com swoop in.
A: thank you!!
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com swoop down.
A: The bird swooped down to capture the mouse
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com swoop in.
A: 1. The bird swooped in and caught the fish directly from the water below.
2. Her boyfriend swooped in for a kiss.
3. Just as the robber was about to escape, a superhero swooped in and saved the day.

Synonyms of "Swoop" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre swoop e sweep ?
A: Do you mean like 'He swept/swooped in and took control of the situation'? If it's part of a phrasal verb with 'in' then they're exactly the same. Did you mean that?
Q: Qual é a diferença entre swoop e swoop DOWN ???? ?
A: Swoop and swoop down are the same.

Down = ⬇️

Swoop down = fly down

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

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