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swine

noun [C] (PERSON)     /swaɪn/ ( plural swine or swines) old-fashioned
a person who you consider to be extremely unpleasant and unkind 猪猡,下流坯子 You filthy swine! 你这个无耻下流的蠢货! Her ex-husband sounds like an absolute swine. 她的前夫说起话来简直就是个不折不扣的猪猡。 Unpleasant people in generalUnpleasant men
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