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the Loch Ness Monster

noun [S]    
a large creature which is believed to live in Loch Ness in Scotland, although its existence has not been proven 尼斯湖水怪(一只体型硕大的怪兽,被认为栖息在苏格兰尼斯湖中,但其存在至今未被证实) Legendary and mythological characters
Translations of “the Loch Ness Monster”
in Chinese (Traditional) 尼斯湖水怪…
(Definition of the Loch Ness Monster from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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