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pushover

noun [C usually singular] uk   /ˈpʊʃˌəʊ.vər/  us   /-ˌoʊ.vɚ/ informal
something that is easy to do or to win, or someone who is easily persuaded or influenced or defeated: The interview was an absolute pushover. Jean will look after Harry, I'm quite sure - she's a pushover for babies (= will do anything for them).
Translations of “pushover”
in Chinese (Traditional) 易做的事, 易被人說服(或影響、擊敗)的人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 易做的事, 易被人说服(或影响、击败)的人…
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