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Translation of "shapeless" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

shapeless

adjective
 
 
/ˈʃeɪp.ləs/
without a clear form or structure
不成形的,没有形状的
My clay pot ended up as just a shapeless lump.
我做的陶罐最后只是一个不成形的泥块。
His ideas are interesting, but they're rather shapeless.
他的想法很有趣,但没有成形。
Patterns and shapes
shapelessly
 
 
/ˈʃeɪ.plə.sli/ adverb
Her clothes hung shapelessly (= loosely and without fitting well) on her.
她穿得松松垮垮,不成样子。
Patterns and shapes
shapelessness
 
 
/ˈʃeɪ.plə.snəs/ noun [U]
Patterns and shapes
Translations of “shapeless”
in Korean 볼품없는…
in Arabic بَشِع, لا شَكل لَه…
in Portuguese disforme, sem forma…
in Catalan amorf, sense forma…
in Japanese 形がぼやけた, 不格好な…
in Italian informe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不成形的,沒有形狀的…
in Russian бесформенный…
in Turkish şekilsiz, biçimsiz…
in Polish bezkształtny…
(Definition of shapeless from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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