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Translation of "waster" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

waster

noun [C]     /ˈweɪ.stər/ US  /-stɚ/
informal disapproving a person or thing who wastes something 造成浪費的人(或物);揮霍者 He's a time waster. 他是個浪費時間的人。 This project is nothing but a money waster. 這個企劃案就是在燒錢。 Wasting UK informal disapproving a person who does nothing positive with their life, making no use of their abilities or the opportunities that are offered them 浪費生命的人,廢物,無用的人 There were the usual bunch of wasters hanging round the bar. 那群廢人又在那家酒吧裡閒呆著。 People of little importance
(Definition of waster from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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