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oaf

noun [C]     /əʊf/ US  /oʊf/ old-fashioned
a stupid, rude or awkward person, especially a man 傻瓜,蠢材;粗人 a drunken/insensitive/stupid oaf 醉醺醺/麻木不仁/愚蠢的傢夥 You clumsy oaf! You've broken it! 你這個笨手笨腳的笨蛋!你把它打碎了! Stupid and silly people
Translations of “oaf”
in Vietnamese kẻ ngu ngốc…
in Spanish patán, palurdo, zoquete…
in Thai คนโง่…
in Malaysian orang bodoh…
in French balourd, ourde…
in German der Dummkopf…
in Indonesian orang tolol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 傻瓜,蠢材, 粗人…
(Definition of oaf from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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