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pukka

adjective uk   us   /ˈpʌk.ə/
old-fashioned real: a nice little Italian restaurant serving pukka pizzas and pasta slang of excellent quality: I've had some pukka food there. extremely formal and educated: He's not one of the pukka types she usually favours.
Translations of “pukka”
in Chinese (Traditional) 真正的, 一流的, 文質彬彬的,文縐縐的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 真正的, 一流的, 文质彬彬的,文绉绉的…
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