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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “pallid”

pallid

adjective
 
 
/ˈpæl.ɪd/
very pale, in a way that looks unhealthy and not attractive
無血色的,病狀的
Next to his tanned face, hers seemed pallid and unhealthy.
與他那張曬得黑黑的臉相比,她的臉顯得蒼白不健康。
The skin, and skin colour
showing no enthusiasm or excitement
無生氣的,不夠精彩的
This is a pallid production of what should be a great ballet.
本該是一齣精彩的芭蕾舞,卻被表演得了無生趣。
Tedious and uninspiring
(Definition of pallid from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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