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redundant

adjective (NOT EMPLOYED) 不被僱用的     /rɪˈdʌn.dənt/ UK
having lost your job because your employer no longer needs you 失業的;被解僱的;被裁減的 To keep the company alive, half the workforce is being made redundant. 為了使公司生存下去,一半的員工要被裁掉。 figurative New technology often makes old skills and even whole communities redundant. 新技術常常會使古老的技藝甚至是某個行業完全消失。 Employment status and types of work
(Definition of redundant adjective (NOT EMPLOYED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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