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band-aid solution

noun [C] uk   us   mainly US
a temporary solution that does not deal with the cause of a problem: Tax credits given to students are merely a band-aid solution to the rising cost of getting an education.
Translations of “band-aid solution”
in Chinese (Traditional) 權宜之計…
in Chinese (Simplified) 权宜之计…
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