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Translation of "cryptic" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

cryptic

adjective
 
 
/ˈkrɪp.tɪk/
mysterious and difficult to understand
神秘的,隐秘的;有隐义的;费解的
I received a cryptic message through the post.
我收到一封含义隐晦的信。
Difficult to understandComplicated and difficult to doPuzzle and confuse
cryptically
 
 
/ˈkrɪp.tɪ.kli/ adverb
Difficult to understandComplicated and difficult to doPuzzle and confuse
Translations of “cryptic”
in Vietnamese bí ẩn…
in Spanish oculto, secreto, enigmático…
in Thai ที่เป็นความลับ…
in Malaysian tersembunyi…
in French énigmatique…
in German rätselhaft…
in Chinese (Traditional) 神秘的,隱秘的, 有隱義的, 費解的…
in Indonesian sulit dipahami…
in Russian загадочный…
in Turkish gizemli, gizli, şifreli…
in Polish zagadkowy…
(Definition of cryptic from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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