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twee

adjective
 
/twiː/ mainly UK informal disapproving
artificially attractive or too perfect
矯飾的;過於完美的
The village has escaped all modern developments, yet without becoming twee or 'preserved'.
這個村莊沒有任何現代化的痕跡,但也沒有刻意雕琢或者追求「古色古香」。
Not attractive to look atSerious and unpleasant
Translations of “twee”
in Chinese (Simplified) 矫饰的, 过于完美的…
(Definition of twee from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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