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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “pure”

pure

adjective (NOT MIXED)
非混合的
 
 
/pjʊər/ US  /pjʊr/
not mixed with anything else
纯的,不掺杂的
a pure cotton shirt
纯棉衬衣
pure orange juice
纯橘子汁
pure English honey
纯英格兰蜂蜜
a pure Arab horse
纯种阿拉伯马
Natural and artificial
describes a colour which is not mixed with any other colour
纯色的
a swan's pure white plumage
天鹅的纯白色羽毛
The qualities of colour
describes a sound which is clear and perfect
(声音)纯净的
the pure vocal tones of the choirboy
唱诗班男童纯净的嗓音
Describing qualities of sound
clean and free from harmful substances
洁净的,纯净的,无有害物质的
The mountain air was wonderfully pure.
山上的空气极为纯净。
Tap water is never chemically pure.
自来水从来不是化学上的纯水。
→ Opposite impureClean and tidyUnspoiltPerfect and faultless
(Definition of pure adjective (NOT MIXED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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