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mar

verb [T]     /mɑːr/ US  /mɑːr/ (-rr-) slightly formal
to spoil something, making it less perfect or less enjoyable 損壞;破壞;損傷 Sadly, the text is marred by careless errors. 很遺憾,這篇文章因一些粗心大意的錯誤而大為失色。 It was a really nice day, marred only by a little argument in the car on the way home. 這一天過得非常不錯,只是回家路上在汽車裡發生的一點口角令人掃興。 I hope the fact that Louise isn't coming won't mar your enjoyment of the evening. 路易絲今晚不來了,我希望這不會令你感到掃興。 Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
Translations of “mar”
in Vietnamese làm hỏng…
in Spanish estropear, echar a perder…
in Thai ทำให้เสียหาย…
in Malaysian dirosakkan…
in French gâter…
in German verderben…
in Indonesian merusak…
in Russian портить…
in Turkish berbat etmek, bozmak, eline yüzüne bulaştırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 损坏, 破坏, 损伤…
in Polish zepsuć…
(Definition of mar from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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