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reek of sth

phrasal verb with reek /riːk/ verb [I] informal
If an event or situation reeks of an unpleasant quality, it seems to be caused by or connected to that quality
明顯帶有,充滿(令人不快的特性)
His promotion reeks of favouritism.
他的升職明顯有偏向的成分在內。
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in Chinese (Simplified) 明显带有,充满(令人不快的特性)…
(Definition of reek of sth from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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