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poor relation

something or someone similar to but less important than another thing or person, and that people do not consider equally valuable (同類中)略遜一籌的事物(或人);不受青睞的事物(或人) The air force and navy were modernised but the army, very much the poor relation, was not. 空軍和海軍都已實現了現代化,而陸軍卻相形見絀。 People of little importanceThings of little importance
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