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fink

noun [C] uk   /fɪŋk/ US old-fashioned informal us  
someone who tells secret and damaging information about someone else, or an unpleasant person: Kelly's such a fink - she told Mom I was smoking again.
Translations of “fink”
in Chinese (Traditional) 告密者,打小報告者, 討厭鬼, 卑鄙小人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 告密者,打小报告者, 讨厌鬼, 卑鄙小人…
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