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role modelnoun [C]

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C1 a person who someone admires and whose behaviour they try to copy: Sports stars are role models for thousands of youngsters.
Translations of “role model”
in Chinese (Traditional) 模範,楷模,行為榜樣…
in Russian образец для подражания…
in Turkish örnek model/timsal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 模范,楷模,行为榜样…
in Polish wzór do naśladowania, wzorzec osobowy…
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