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fairy-tale

adjective [before noun] ( also fairytale)     /ˈfeə.ri.teɪl/ US  /ˈfer.i-/ approving
having a special and attractive or beautiful quality, like something in a fairy tale 童话般的 They had a fairy-tale wedding. 他们举行了童话般的婚礼。 Sadly, there was no fairy-tale happy ending to the story. 不幸的是,故事并没有童话般的幸福结局。 True, real, false, and unreal
Translations of “fairy-tale”
in Chinese (Traditional) 童話般的…
(Definition of fairy-tale adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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