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finishing school

noun [C]
 
 
a school or college where young women from rich families learn how to behave in high-class society
淑女學堂,精修學校(富家女子學習上流社會禮儀的學校或學院)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 淑女学堂,精修学校(富家女子学习上流社会礼仪的学校或学院)…
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