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stylized

adjective uk ( UK usually stylised)   /ˈstaɪə.laɪzd/ us  
If something is stylized, it is represented with an emphasis on a particular style, especially a style in which there are only a few simple details: The rock drawings depict a variety of stylized mythological figures and patterns.
Translations of “stylized”
in Chinese (Traditional) 程式化的, (尤指)非寫實的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 程序化的, (尤指)非写实的…
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