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idiosyncrasy

noun [C usually plural]
 
 
/ˌɪd.i.əˈsɪŋ.krə.si/
a strange or unusual habit, way of behaving or feature that someone or something has
癖好,怪癖;特征
She often cracks her knuckles when she's speaking - it's one of her little idiosyncrasies.
她讲话时常常将指节捏得咔咔作响,这是她的一个小怪癖。
One of the idiosyncrasies of this printer is that you can't stop it once it has started to print.
这台打印机的怪毛病之一是一旦开始打印就无法让它停下。
Habitual behaviour
idiosyncratic
 
 
/ˌɪd.i.ə.sɪŋˈkræt.ɪk/ US  /-ˈkræt̬-/ adjective
The film, 3 hours long, is directed in his usual idiosyncratic style.
这部3小时长的影片是以他惯有的风格导演的。
Strange, suspicious and unnaturalHabitual behaviour
Translations of “idiosyncrasy”
in Vietnamese phong cách, cách diễn đạt riêng…
in Spanish idiosincracia…
in Thai นิสัยแปลก, ลักษณะเฉพาะ…
in Malaysian idiosinkrasi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 癖好,怪癖, 特徵…
in Indonesian keunikan…
(Definition of idiosyncrasy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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