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smarmy

adjective     /ˈsmɑː.mi/ US  /ˈsmɑːr-/ informal disapproving
extremely polite, respectful or helpful in a way which is intended to be attractive but which does not seem sincere 迎合的,巴結的;過於殷勤的 She was trying to be friendly, but she just seemed smarmy and insincere. 她試圖表達友善,但只是讓人覺得過於殷勤,不夠真誠。 Affected and insincere
smarm     /smɑːm/ US  /smɑːrm/ verb [I or T]
He's always trying to smarm his way into a promotion. 他總是試圖靠拍馬屁得到晉升。 Affected and insincere
smarmily     /ˈsmɑː.mɪ.li/ US  /ˈsmɑːr-/ adverb
"Certainly, madam, " he replied smarmily. 「確實,夫人,」他的回答是虛情假意的。 Affected and insincere
Translations of “smarmy”
in Vietnamese xun xoe, nịnh nọt…
in Spanish zalamero…
in Thai ประจบสอพลอ…
in Malaysian sombong…
in French obséquieux…
in German kriecherisch…
in Indonesian sombong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 迎合的,巴结的, 过于殷勤的…
(Definition of smarmy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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