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have/lead a sheltered life

disapproving
to have a ​life in which you are ​protected too much and ​experience very little ​danger, ​excitement, or ​change: Until going to ​college, she had ​led a very sheltered ​life.
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Translations of “have/lead a sheltered life”
in Chinese (Simplified) 过着备受呵护的生活…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過著備受呵護的生活…
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