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unknown

noun
 
 
/ʌnˈnəʊn/ US  /-ˈnoʊn/
[S] what is not familiar or known
陌生事物;未知事物
Racism is in some ways just a fear of the unknown.
在某些意義上,種族主義只是一種對未知事物的恐懼罷了。
Unknown and unfamiliar
[C] a person, especially a performer or sports player, who is not famous
無名小卒,無名之輩(尤指不知名的演員或運動員)
For her latest film she deliberately chose a cast of unknowns.
在新拍影片中,她特意挑了一批不知名的演員。
People of little importance
[C] mainly US something that cannot be guessed at or calculated because so little is known about it
不明情況;未知因素
It's the big unknowns that make insurance companies uneasy.
令保險公司擔心的是無法預測的重大事件。
Unknown and unfamiliar
(Definition of unknown noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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