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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “portmanteau”

portmanteau

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/pɔːtˈmæn.təʊ/ US  /pɔːrtˈmæn.toʊ/
consisting of a wide range of things that are considered as a single thing
多成分組合的;綜合的
The Official Secrets Act was described as a piece of portmanteau legislation, covering everything from nuclear weapons to army boots.
《官方保密法》被描述為一個內容龐雜的立法,涵蓋了從核武器到軍靴的一切東西。
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(Definition of portmanteau adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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