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twee

adjective uk   us   /twiː/ mainly UK informal disapproving
artificially attractive or too perfect: The village has escaped all modern developments, without becoming twee.
Translations of “twee”
in Chinese (Traditional) 矯飾的, 過於完美的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 矫饰的, 过于完美的…
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