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Cinderella

noun [S]     /ˌsɪn.dərˈel.ə/ US  /-dəˈrel-/
someone or something that is given little attention or care, especially less than they deserve 被忽視的人(或事物);(尤指)未得到應有關注的人(或事物) Mental health has long been considered the Cinderella of the health service. 長期以來,精神健康在公共醫療保健服務中一直被忽視。 People of little importance
a girl in a traditional story who was badly treated by her sisters but who met and married a prince (童話中的)灰姑娘 Legendary and mythological characters
(Definition of Cinderella from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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