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stark

adjective
 
 
/stɑːk/ US  /stɑːrk/
empty, simple or obvious, especially without decoration or anything which is not necessary; severe or extreme
裸露的;简单的;明显的;(尤指)毫无修饰的,粗陋的;严重的;极端的
It was a stark room with its white walls, and a bed and chair as the only furniture.
这个房间很简陋,四面白墙,仅有的家具就是一张床和一把椅子。
The stark reality is that we are operating at a huge loss.
严酷的事实是我们的经营亏损非常严重。
In the suburbs the spacious houses stand in stark contrast to the slums of the city's poor.
郊区宽敞的大房子和城里的贫民窟形成了鲜明的对比。
Apparent and obviousVisiblePlain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiring
starkness
 
 
/ˈstɑːk.nəs/ US  /ˈstɑːrk-/ noun [U]
Plain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiring
(Definition of stark adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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