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lean

adjective (NOT ENOUGH)
不夠
 
 
/liːn/
If a period of time is lean, there is not enough of something, especially money or food, at that time
收益少的,匱乏的
It has been a particularly lean year for the education department.
對教育部而言這是尤為不景氣的一年。
Poverty and poor
(Definition of lean adjective (NOT ENOUGH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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