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hairy

adjective (FRIGHTENING) 吓人的     /ˈheə.ri/ US  /ˈher.i/ informal
frightening or dangerous, especially in a way that is exciting 惊险的;(尤指)刺激的 I like going on the back of Laurent's motorbike, though it can get a bit hairy. 我喜欢坐在劳伦特的摩托车后座上兜风,虽然有时有些惊险。 Describing things that cause fear
Translations of “hairy”
in Korean 털이 많은…
in Arabic مُشْعِر…
in Portuguese peludo…
in Catalan pelut…
in Japanese 毛深い…
in Italian peloso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嚇人的, 驚險的, (尤指)刺激的…
in Russian волосатый, опасный…
in Turkish kıllı, tüylü, korkutucu…
in Polish owłosiony, włochaty, gorący…
(Definition of hairy adjective (FRIGHTENING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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