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pious

adjective (PRETENDING) 假装的     /ˈpaɪ.əs/
disapproving pretending to have sincere feelings 假虔诚的;伪善的;虚伪的 Quit the pious apologies - I know you don't really care. 别假惺惺地道歉了——我知道你并不是真的在乎。 Affected and insincere
pious hope UK
something which is unlikely to happen 不可能实现的希望,不切实际的希望 Unreal things and unrealityHoping and hopefulnessPotential
piously     /ˈpaɪ.ə.sli/ adverb Worshipping a godAffected and insincere
Translations of “pious”
in Arabic تَقي…
in Korean 경건한, 독실한…
in Malaysian warak…
in French pieux…
in Turkish dindar, sofu…
in Italian pio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 假裝的, 假虔誠的, 偽善的…
in Russian набожный…
in Polish pobożny…
in Vietnamese sùng đạo…
in Spanish devoto, piadoso, pío…
in Portuguese piedoso…
in Thai เคร่งครัดในทางศาสนา…
in German fromm…
in Catalan devot, pietós…
in Japanese 信心深い, 敬虔な…
in Indonesian saleh…
(Definition of pious adjective (PRETENDING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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