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not be just a pretty face

humorous
If someone is not just a pretty face, they are not only attractive but also intelligent: "How did you know that?" "Well, I'm not just a pretty face, you know."
Translations of “not be just a pretty face”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不只是一張漂亮臉蛋, 不只是虛有其表(意即既漂亮(英俊)又聰明)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不只是一张漂亮脸蛋, 不只是徒有其表…
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