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wishy-washyadjective

us   /ˈwɪʃ·iˌwɑʃ·i, -ˌwɔ·ʃi/
lacking in firm ideas, principles, or the ability to make a decision: He’s got TV ads accusing Dole of being wishy-washy on the issues.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 颜色浅的, 软弱无力的, 优柔寡断的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顏色淺的, 軟弱無力的, 優柔寡斷的…
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