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priapic

adjective uk   /praɪˈæp.ɪk/ mainly disapproving us  
relating to male sexual activity and interests: His latest film has been condemned as the priapic fantasies of an old man.
Translations of “priapic”
in Chinese (Traditional) 雄勁的,陽剛的, 對男子氣概感興趣的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伟男的,阳刚的, 对男子气概感兴趣的…
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