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gold digger

noun [C] uk   disapproving us  
someone, usually a woman, who tries to attract a rich person, usually a man, in order to get presents or money
Translations of “gold digger”
in Chinese (Traditional) 以色相騙取男人財物的女人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 以色相骗取男人财物的女人…
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