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hammy

adjective     /ˈhæm.i/ informal
describes an actor or acting that is unnatural and uses too much emotion (演員或表演)誇張做作的,過火的 a hammy performance 誇張做作的表演 Acting, rehearsing and performingActors and performers
Translations of “hammy”
in Chinese (Simplified) (演员或表演)夸张做作的,过火的…
(Definition of hammy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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