toxic adjective (UNPLEASANT) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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toxic

adjective (UNPLEASANT)
令人不快的
 
 
/ˈtɒk.sɪk/ US  /ˈtɑːk-/ informal
very unpleasant or unacceptable
令人极不愉快的;不可接受的
Serious and unpleasantNot attractive to look atInformal words for badDifficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters
causing you a lot of harm and unhappiness over a long period of time
恶毒的(在较长一段时间内给你造成很多伤害和烦恼)
toxic parents
恶毒的父母
a toxic friendship
带毒的友谊
Making people sad, shocked and upsetDangerous and harmful
Translations of “toxic”
in Arabic سامّ…
in Korean 유독성의…
in Malaysian toksik…
in French toxique…
in Turkish zehirli…
in Italian tossico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人不快的, 令人極不愉快的, 不可接受的…
in Russian токсический, ядовитый…
in Polish toksyczny, trujący…
in Vietnamese độc…
in Spanish tóxico…
in Portuguese tóxico…
in Thai มีพิษ…
in German toxisch…
in Catalan tòxic…
in Japanese 有毒な, 毒のある…
in Indonesian beracun…
(Definition of toxic adjective (UNPLEASANT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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