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studied

adjective uk   /ˈstʌd.id/ us  
very carefully and intentionally done, made, or considered, rather than in a completely honest or sincere way: After a pause, he gave a studied answer. She listened to his remarks with studied indifference.
Translations of “studied”
in Chinese (Traditional) 審慎的, 刻意的,有意的, 精心安排的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 审慎的, 刻意的,有意的, 精心安排的…
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