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chinless

adjective
 
/ˈtʃɪn.ləs/ mainly UK ( US usually weak-chinned)
having a very small chin, sometimes thought of as a sign of a weak character
小下巴的,沒下巴的(有時被視為是性格軟弱的表徵)
The head and faceWeakness and vulnerability
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in Chinese (Simplified) 小下巴的,没下巴的(有时被视为是性格软弱的表征)…
(Definition of chinless from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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