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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “voyeur”

voyeur

noun [C]
 
 
/vwɑːˈjɜːr/ US  /-ˈjɝː/ disapproving
a person who gets sexual pleasure from secretly watching other people in sexual situations, or (more generally) a person who watches other people's private lives
窥淫癖者;偷窥者
I felt like a voyeur visiting the war zone and seeing badly injured people being dragged from their bomb-shattered homes.
我在战区看到身受重伤的人们被人从炸毁的家园中拖出来时,感觉自己就像个偷窥者。
Relating to sexual preference
voyeurism
 
 
/ˈvwɑː.jɜː.rɪ.zəm/ US  /-jɝː-/ noun [U]
voyeuristic
 
 
/ˌvwɑː.jɜːˈrɪ.stɪk/ US  /-jəˈrɪs.tɪk/ adjective
(Definition of voyeur from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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