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Translation of "clear" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

clear

adjective (NOT CONFUSED) 不糊塗的     /klɪər/ US  /klɪr/
free from confusion; able to think quickly and well 頭腦清醒的;思維清晰的;思維敏捷的 Marie is good at making decisions because she's a very clear thinker. 瑪麗擅長作決斷,因為她思維清晰。 Logic and reason
(Definition of clear adjective (NOT CONFUSED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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