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menial

adjective     /ˈmiː.ni.əl/ disapproving
describes work that is boring, makes you feel tired, and is given a low social value (工作)乏味的,低贱的,不体面的 It's fairly menial work, such as washing dishes and cleaning floors. 都是些很枯燥乏味的工作,如洗碗和擦地。 a menial job/task 粗活 Employment status and types of workTedious and uninspiring
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