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fabled

adjective [before noun]     /ˈfeɪ.bl̩d/ literary
describes something or someone who has been made very famous, especially by having many stories written about them (尤指因經歷豐富而)聞名的;傳奇式的 the fabled film director Cecil B. De Mille 聞名的電影導演塞西爾‧B‧德米爾 Fame and famous
Translations of “fabled”
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指因经历丰富而)闻名的, 传奇式的…
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