superficial adjective (NOT COMPLETE) translate to Traditional Chinese
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superficial

adjective (NOT COMPLETE)
不完整的
 
 
/ˌsuː.pəˈfɪʃ.əl/ US  /-pɚ-/ usually disapproving
not complete and involving only the most obvious things
表面的,淺顯的,膚淺的
I thought that article was written at a very superficial level.
我認為那篇文章寫得很膚淺。
The documentary's treatment/analysis of the issues was very superficial.
這部紀錄片對這個問題的處理/分析非常膚淺。
I only have a superficial (= slight) knowledge of French.
我對法語只是略知皮毛。
Incomplete
superficiality
 
 
/ˌsuː.pəˌfɪʃ.iˈæl.ɪ.ti/ US  /-pɚˌfɪʃ.iˈæl.ə.i/ noun [U]
Not showing careful thoughtIncomplete
superficially
 
 
/ˌsuː.pəˈfɪʃ.əl.i/ US  /-pɚ-/ adverb
The job I've been offered is superficially (= seems to be) attractive/appealing, but I think I might find it boring after a while.
他們給我提供的這份工作表面上看好像挺有吸引力,但我想可能不久以後,我就會覺得它枯燥無味。
Religious education is poorly and superficially taught in most schools.
大部分學校的宗教教育都不是很認真深入。
IncompleteSeeming and purporting to beFaking and pretendingNot showing careful thought
(Definition of superficial adjective (NOT COMPLETE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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