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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “swizz”

swizz

noun [S] (also swiz)
 
/swɪz/ UK old-fashioned informal
something that is disappointing or unfair
令人失望的事物;騙人的事物
"There's only half as much in the new packets. "What a swizz!"
「新包裝的容量只有原來的一半那麼多。」「真是騙人!」
Disappointing yourself and others
(Definition of swizz from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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