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discursiveadjective

uk   /dɪˈskɜː.sɪv/  us   /-skɝː-/
involvingdiscussion: a discursive ​essay formal talking about or ​dealing with ​subjects that are only ​slightlyconnected with the ​mainsubject for ​longer than ​necessary: a discursive ​writer/​speech
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in Chinese (Simplified) 涉及讨论的, 东拉西扯的,不着边际的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 涉及討論的, 東拉西扯的,不著邊際的…
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