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highbrow

adjective     /ˈhaɪ.braʊ/ mainly disapproving
(of books, plays, etc.) involving serious and complicated or artistic ideas, or (of people) interested in serious and complicated subjects (書籍、戲劇等)嚴肅高雅的,高深複雜的;(人)對正統題材感興趣的 →  Compare lowbrow , middlebrow adjective Art and cultureIntelligencePerceptive
highbrow     noun [C]
(Definition of highbrow from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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