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unclean

adjective     /ʌnˈkliːn/
not clean and therefore likely to cause disease 不潔淨的,骯髒的 The health risk from drinking unclean water is considerable. 喝不潔淨的水對健康的威脅相當大。 Dirty and untidy
formal not clean or pure, or morally bad, as described by the rules of a religion (宗教上)不潔淨的;邪惡的 Jews and Muslims consider pigs unclean. 猶太人和穆斯林認爲豬是不潔淨的。 Health in generalDirty and untidy
Translations of “unclean”
in Vietnamese không sạch…
in Spanish impuro…
in Thai สกปรก…
in Malaysian tdk bersih…
in French impur…
in German unrein…
in Indonesian haram…
in Russian нечистый…
in Turkish dinen mekruh, ahlâken kötü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不洁净的,肮脏的, (宗教上)不洁净的, 邪恶的…
in Polish nieczysty…
(Definition of unclean from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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