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plain

adjective (WITH NOTHING ADDED) 未添加任何东西     /pleɪn/
not decorated in any way; with nothing added 朴素的;不加修饰的;简单的 She wore a plain black dress. 她穿着一件朴素的黑色连衣裙。 We've chosen a plain carpet (= one without a pattern) and patterned curtains. 我们挑了一块没有图案的地毯和带图案的窗帘。 He prefers plain food - nothing too fancy. 他喜欢清淡简单的食物——不喜欢太花哨的。 We're having plain blue walls in the dining room. 我们现在客厅里的墙壁是纯蓝色的。 a catalogue sent in a plain brown envelope 用朴素的褐色信封发出去的目录 a plain style of architecture 简朴的建筑风格 plain (= with no added fruit or sugar) yoghurt 原味酸奶 Plain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiring
plain paper
paper which has no lines on it 白纸 a letter written on plain paper 用白纸写的一封信 Paper
plainness     /ˈpleɪn.nəs/ noun [U] Not attractive to look atSerious and unpleasantPlain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiring
(Definition of plain adjective (WITH NOTHING ADDED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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