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staid

adjective
 
 
/steɪd/
serious, boring and slightly old-fashioned
严肃无趣的;一本正经的;古板的
In an attempt to change its staid image, the newspaper has created a new section aimed at younger readers.
那家报纸为改变其古板的形象,开设了一个针对年轻读者的新版面。
Tedious and uninspiring
Translations of “staid”
in Vietnamese trầm tính, ù lì…
in Spanish formal, anticuado…
in Thai คร่ำครึ…
in Malaysian fesyen lama…
in French posé, sérieux…
in German seriös…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嚴肅無趣的, 一本正經的, 古板的…
in Indonesian agung…
in Russian степенный…
in Turkish ciddî ve eski kafalı, ağır başlı, muhafazakâr…
in Polish stateczny…
(Definition of staid from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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