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Translation of "hit-and-miss" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

hit-and-miss

adjective
 
 
/ˌhɪt.ənˈmɪs/ ( also hit-or-miss)
If something is hit-and-miss you cannot depend on it to be of good quality, on time, accurate,
沒準的,碰運氣的
The trains are often late, so getting to work on time is a fairly hit-and-miss affair.
火車經常誤點,所以準時上班在相當程度上是件碰運氣的事。
Chance and randomness
Translations of “hit-and-miss”
in Russian непредсказуемый…
in Turkish gelişigüzel, rastgele, tesadüfî…
in Chinese (Simplified) 没准的,碰运气的…
in Polish przypadkowy…
(Definition of hit-and-miss from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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