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peaky

adjective uk   /ˈpiː.ki/ mainly UK ( US usually peaked) informal us  
slightly ill, often looking pale: You look a bit peaky, love, are you all right?
Translations of “peaky”
in Chinese (Traditional) 面帶病容的, 憔悴的, 蒼白的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有病容的, 憔悴的, 苍白的…
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