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groomed

adjective uk   /ɡruːmd/ us  
having a tidy and pleasant appearance that is produced with care: His mother was always impeccably groomed.
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Translations of “groomed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 打扮整潔的, 修邊幅的, 注重儀表的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打扮整洁的, 修边幅的, 注重仪表的…
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