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mincing

adjective (WALK) 走路     /ˈmɪnt.sɪŋ/
describes an artificial way of walking with small delicate steps 矯揉造作的,忸怩作態的(小碎步) He took short, mincing steps. 他邁著小碎步。 Moving gently on foot
Translations of “mincing”
in Chinese (Simplified) 走路, 小碎步(矫揉造作地)…
(Definition of mincing adjective (WALK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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