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harsh

adjective (TOO STRONG) 過於強烈的     /hɑːʃ/ US  /hɑːrʃ/
too strong, bright, loud, 刺眼的;刺耳的;過於強烈的 harsh chemicals/lighting 過於刺激的化學品/刺眼的光線 The qualities of colour harshly     /ˈhɑːʃ.li/ US  /ˈhɑːrʃ-/ adverb I thought she'd been treated rather harshly. 我認爲她受到了粗暴對待。 Unkind, cruel and unfeelingViolent or aggressiveTreating people or animals badlyInsults and abuseSevere harshness     /ˈhɑːʃ.nəs/ US  /ˈhɑːrʃ-/ noun [U] Unkind, cruel and unfeelingViolent or aggressiveTreating people or animals badlyInsults and abuseSevere
(Definition of harsh adjective (TOO STRONG) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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