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hillbillynoun [C]

 us   /ˈhɪlˌbɪl·i/ disapproving
a person from a rural area who is not familiar with modern ideas and popular culture, esp. someone who lives in the mountains or far from cities or towns in the southeastern US
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hillbillynoun [C]

uk   /ˈhɪlˌbɪl.i/  us   /ˈhɪlˌbɪl.i/ US old-fashioned disapproving
a person from a mountainous area of the US who has a simple way of life and is considered to be slightly stupid by people living in towns and cities
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Translations of “hillbilly”
in Chinese (Simplified) (住在山区的)乡巴佬,土包子…
in Chinese (Traditional) (住在山區的)鄉巴佬,土包子…
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