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suspicious

adjective (SEEM GUILTY) 可疑的     /səˈspɪʃ.əs/
making you feel that something illegal is happening or that something is wrong 可疑的,引起怀疑的 Her behaviour was very suspicious ( Australian informal suss). 她的举止非常可疑。 The fire at the bank is being treated as suspicious. 银行起火被认为非常可疑。 It's a bit suspicious that no one knows where he was at the time of the murder. 有点儿可疑的是,没有人知道谋杀案发当时他在哪里。 There were some suspicious characters hanging around outside. 有些可疑的人在外面晃荡。 There's a suspicious-looking van parked at the end of the road. 路的尽头停着一辆看起来很可疑的送货车。 His new book bears a suspicious resemblance to a book written by someone else (= His book is so similar to the other book that it seems as if he has copied it). 他的新书与别人写的另外一本书内容雷同,令人生疑。 Strange, suspicious and unnatural
(Definition of suspicious adjective (SEEM GUILTY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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