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pyrotechnics

plural noun
 
 
/ˌpaɪ.rəʊˈtek.nɪks/ US  /-roʊ-/
a public show of fireworks
焰火,煙火表演
FireworksSpectacles and performances
a show of great skill, especially by a musician or someone giving a speech
(尤指音樂家或演講者)出神入化的表演,出色的表現
His verbal pyrotechnics could hold an audience spellbound.
他出色的口才能迷倒聽眾。
Skill, talent and ability
pyrotechnic
 
 
/ˌpaɪ.rəʊˈtek.nɪk/ US  /-roʊ-/ adjective [before noun]
Fireworks
(Definition of pyrotechnics from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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