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sissynoun [C]

 us   /ˈsɪs·i/ infml
a boy who seems to be easily frightened and not brave, or who is not interested in things boys usually like: Dancing was for sissies when I was a kid.
Translations of “sissy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 女人氣的男子, 膽小鬼, 懦弱的人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女人气的男子, 胆小鬼, 懦弱的人…
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