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impressionable

adjective
 
 
/ɪmˈpreʃ.ən.ə.bl̩/ often disapproving
describes someone, usually a young person, who is very easily influenced by the people around them and by what they are told, and who sometimes copies other people's behaviour
(通常指年輕人)易受影響的
He's at that impressionable age when he's very easily led by other children.
他正處於那個易受影響的年齡,行為非常容易受其他孩子左右。
Inexperienced (of people)Naive and trustingNaive and trustingInexperienced (of people)
(Definition of impressionable from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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