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blimpish

adjective uk   us   /ˈblɪm.pɪʃ/ UK informal
Someone, especially an old man, who is blimpish has old-fashioned military principles and is too proud of his country: a blimpish old colonel
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in Chinese (Traditional) 愛國情操過於熱烈,守舊嚴謹的人(尤指老翁)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高傲自大,顽固守旧的人(尤指老人)…
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