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voyeurnoun [C]

uk   /vwɑːˈjɜːr/  us   /-ˈjɝː/ disapproving
a ​person who gets ​sexualpleasure from ​secretlywatching other ​people in ​sexualsituations, or (more ​generally) a ​person who ​watches other people's ​privatelives: I ​felt like a voyeur ​visiting the ​warzone and ​seeingbadlyinjuredpeople being ​dragged from ​their bomb-shattered ​homes.
voyeurism
noun [U] uk   /ˈvwɑː.jɜː.rɪ.zəm/  us   /-jɝː-/
voyeuristic
adjective uk   /ˌvwɑː.jɜːˈrɪ.stɪk/  us   /-jəˈrɪs.tɪk/
(Definition of voyeur from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “voyeur”
in Chinese (Simplified) 窥淫癖者, 偷窥者…
in Chinese (Traditional) 窺淫癖者, 偷窺者…
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