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identikitadjective [before noun]

uk   /aɪˈden.tɪ.kɪt/  us   /-t̬ə-/ UK informal
very ​similar in ​appearance, in a way that is ​boring and has no ​character: He's been ​seen out at ​nightclubs and ​restaurants with a ​series of identikit ​blondes.

Identikitnoun [C]

uk   /aɪˈden.tɪ.kɪt/  us   /-t̬ə-/ UK trademark
a ​picture of the ​face of someone who the ​policewant to ​question, usually because that ​person is ​thought to have been ​involved in a ​crime. The ​picture is made from a ​collection of ​drawings of ​noses, ​eyes, ​ears, etc. and is ​based on the ​descriptions of witnesses to the ​crime: an Identikit ​picture Police have ​issued an Identikit of the man they ​want to ​question.
(Definition of identikit from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “identikit”
in Chinese (Simplified) 外表千篇一律的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外表千篇一律的…
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