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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “egregious”

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
(Definition of egregious from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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