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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “lightweight”

lightweight

noun [C] (NOT SERIOUS)
不嚴肅
 
 
/ˈlaɪt.weɪt/ disapproving
a person whose work in a particular area of activity does not show a deep understanding or knowledge of that subject
一知半解的人,理解不深的人
In certain circles he has been dismissed as a literary lightweight.
在某些圈子裡,他被斥為對文學一知半解而遭到排斥。
Inexperienced people and lack of experiencePeople of little importance
(Definition of lightweight noun (NOT SERIOUS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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