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glib

adjective     /ɡlɪb/ (glibber, glibbest)
speaking or spoken in a confident way, but without careful thought or honesty 花言巧語的,油嘴滑舌的;(說話)不誠懇的,未經思考的 He's a glib, self-centred man. 他是個油嘴滑舌、自私自利的人。 No one was convinced by his glib answers/explanations. 沒有人相信他那信口開河的回答/解釋。 Affected and insincere
glibly     /ˈɡlɪb.li/ adverb
He spoke glibly about an economic recovery just around the corner. 他信口開河,大講甚麼經濟很快就會復甦。 Affected and insincere
glibness     /ˈɡlɪb.nəs/ noun [U] Affected and insincere
(Definition of glib from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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