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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “band-aid solution”

band-aid solution

noun [C]
 
mainly US
a temporary solution that does not deal with the cause of a problem
權宜之計
Tax credits given to students are merely a band-aid solution to the rising cost of getting an education.
減免學生的課稅只是應對教育費用上漲的一個權宜之計。
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(Definition of band-aid solution from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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