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cant

noun [U]     /kænt/
statements on especially religious or moral subjects which are not sincerely believed by the person making them (尤指關於宗教或道德話題的)假話,空話,偽善言語 Shelley's friendship with Byron was rooted in their shared contempt for cant and hypocrisy. 雪萊和拜倫的友誼源於他們均蔑視假話空話和偽善行為。 Nonsense
special words used by a particular group of people such as thieves, lawyers or priests, often in order to keep things secret 行話,黑話,隱語 Forms of languages and specialist dialects
(Definition of cant from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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