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Translation of "tousled" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


adjective     /ˈtaʊ.zl̩d/
describing or having hair that looks untidy, as if it has been rubbed (頭髮)蓬亂的 Naomi stood in front of them, her face flushed, her hair tousled. 娜奧米站在他們面前,她的臉紅紅的,頭髮亂糟糟。 He came to breakfast, all tousled, in last night's clothes. 他過來吃早餐,頭髮亂蓬蓬的,還穿著昨晚的衣服。 Dirty and untidyHair
Translations of “tousled”
in Russian взъерошенный…
in Turkish dağınık, karmakarışık…
in Chinese (Simplified) (头发)蓬乱的…
in Polish zmierzwiony, rozczochrany…
(Definition of tousled from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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