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smack of sth

phrasal verb with smack /smæk/ verb
If something smacks of an unpleasant quality, it seems to have that quality
帶有…意味,帶有…跡象
The whole affair smacks of mismanagement and incompetence.
整件事讓人覺得有點管理不善,當事人能力不足。
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