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bowed

adjective uk   us  
uk   /bəʊd/  us   /boʊd/ curved: The table had delicate bowed legs. uk   us   /baʊd/ bent over: He struggled along the path, bowed under the weight of the heavy bags he was carrying.
Translations of “bowed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 弓形的, 低垂的, 彎腰曲背的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弓形的, 低垂的, 弯腰曲背的…
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