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junket

noun [C]     /ˈdʒʌŋ.kɪt/ disapproving
a journey or visit made for pleasure by an official, which is paid for by someone else or is paid for with public money (政府官員的)公費旅遊 Journeys
Translations of “junket”
in Vietnamese sữa đông…
in Spanish leche cuajada…
in Thai นมข้นหวาน…
in Malaysian dadih…
in French (lait) caillé…
in German süße Quarkspeise…
in Indonesian bubur susu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (政府官员的)公费旅游…
(Definition of junket from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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