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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “loose”

loose

adjective (NOT FIXED)
未固定的
 
 
/luːs/
not firmly fixed in place
松的,松动的
There were some loose wires hanging out of the wall.
墙上搭着几根没有接好的电线。
The nails in the bridge had worked themselves loose.
桥上的钉子已经松动了。
The prisoners were so thin that their skin hung loose.
囚犯们瘦得很厉害,身上的皮肤都松垮垮地垂着。
Flexible, loose and yieldingSeparateness and isolation in spaceAlone
describes hair that is not tied back
(头发)松散的,披着的,散开的
Her hair was hanging loose about her shoulders.
她长发垂肩。
HairdressingHairstyles
describes things which are not fixed or held together or to anything else
松散的,散开的
A few loose sheets of paper were lying around.
几张纸散落在地板上。
Separateness and isolation in spaceAlone
(Definition of loose adjective (NOT FIXED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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