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transient

adjective
 
 
/ˈtræn.zi.ənt/ US  /ənt/ formal
lasting for only a short time; temporary
短暫的,轉瞬即逝的;暫時的
A glass of whisky has only a transient warming effect.
一杯威士卡只能使人暖和一會兒。
The city has a large transient population (= many people who are living in it only temporarily).
這個城市有大量暫住人口。
TemporaryShort in timeShort in timeTemporary
(Definition of transient adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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