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reprobate

noun [C] uk   /ˈrep.rə.beɪt/ formal or humorous us  
a person of bad character and habits: Every time I see you, you're drunk, you old reprobate!
Translations of “reprobate”
in Chinese (Traditional) 墮落者, 放蕩者, 惡棍…
in Chinese (Simplified) 堕落者, 放荡者, 恶棍…
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