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hard-bitten

adjective
 
 
/ˌhɑːdˈbɪt.ən/ US  /ˌhɑːrdˈbɪt̬-/
If someone is hard-bitten, their character has been made stronger as a result of difficult experiences in the past, and they control and do not show their emotions
(某人)經過磨練的,堅毅的
This particular murder case was so horrific that it shocked even the most hard-bitten of New York police officers.
這宗特別的謀殺案是如此可怕,就連紐約最老練的警官都爲之震驚。
Not showing or feeling emotionsControlling emotions
Translations of “hard-bitten”
in Chinese (Simplified) (某人)经过磨炼的,坚毅的…
(Definition of hard-bitten from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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