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flawed

adjective uk   /flɔːd/  us   /flɑːd/
C2 not perfect, or containing mistakes: Diamonds are still valuable, even when they are flawed. His argument is deeply flawed. flawed beauty
Translations of “flawed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有瑕疵的, 有錯誤的, 有缺點的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有瑕疵的, 有错误的, 有缺点的…
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