reformed character Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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reformed characternoun [C]

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someone who has ​changed and ​become a much ​betterperson: He was in ​trouble with the ​police a lot when he was ​younger, but now he's a ​reformedcharacter.
(Definition of reformed character from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “reformed character”
in Chinese (Simplified) 改过自新的人, 改邪归正的人, 回头浪子…
in Chinese (Traditional) 改過自新的人, 改邪歸正的人, 回頭浪子…
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