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countrified

adjective uk   us   /ˈkʌn.trɪ.faɪd/
A countrified person or thing belongs to or is suited to the countryside: I thought myself very sophisticated compared with my countrified relatives.disapproving Their house was decorated in a style that was rather tasteless and countrified (= artificially like something seen in the countryside).
Translations of “countrified”
in Chinese (Traditional) 土裡土氣的, 適合鄉間生活的, 鄉村的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 土里土气的, 适合乡间生活的, 乡村的…
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