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double-talk

noun [U]  /ˈdʌb·əlˌtɔk/
disapproving talk that has no real meaning or that is intended to confuse
Translations of “double-talk”
in Chinese (Traditional) (爲掩蓋事實而說的)含糊其詞的話…
in Chinese (Simplified) (为掩盖事实而说的)含糊其词的话…
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