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shabby

adjective (NOT FAIR) 不公平的     /ˈʃæb.i/
not honourable or fair; unacceptable 不光彩的;不公正的;不能接受的 She spoke out about the shabby way the case had been handled. 她揭露了對這件案子不公正的處理方式。 I felt the whole affair was a bit shabby. 我感覺整個事件有點不光彩。 Dishonest
shabbily     /ˈʃæb.ɪ.li/ adverb
shabbily dressed 衣衫襤褸 The hostages were shabbily treated when they came home. 人質回國後遭到了不公正的對待。 DishonestIn bad condition
shabbiness     /ˈʃæb.ɪ.nəs/ noun [U] In bad condition
(Definition of shabby adjective (NOT FAIR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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