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slyboots

noun [C] uk   /ˈslaɪ.buːts/ ( plural slyboots) UK old-fashioned informal us  
a person who avoids showing or telling other people what he or she is thinking or intending: [as form of address] You old slyboots! Why didn't you tell us about your new girlfriend?
Translations of “slyboots”
in Chinese (Traditional) 行動詭秘的人, 滑頭…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行动诡秘的人, 滑头…
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