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unblemished

adjective
 
 
/ʌnˈblem.ɪʃt/
describes a reputation, character, etc. that has no faults and is not spoiled in any way
(名声等)无瑕疵的,无污点的
For six years his championship record was unblemished.
他的冠军纪录有6年无任何瑕疵。
Perfect and faultlessUnspoiltUnspoiltPerfect and faultless
Translations of “unblemished”
in Chinese (Traditional) (名聲等)無瑕疵的,無汙點的…
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