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egregious

adjective
 
 
/ɪˈɡriː.dʒəs/ formal disapproving
often of mistakes, extremely bad
(錯誤等)極其嚴重的,極壞的,令人震驚的
It was an egregious error for a statesman to show such ignorance.
一位政界人士表現得如此無知,犯這種錯誤是極不應該的。
Serious and severeSevere
Translations of “egregious”
in Russian вопиющий…
in Turkish oldukça kötü, şok eden…
in Chinese (Simplified) (错误等)极其严重的,极坏的,令人震惊的…
in Polish rażący…
(Definition of egregious from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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