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stay-at-home

noun [C] uk   /ˈsteɪ.ətˌhəʊm/  us   /-ˌhoʊm/ informal disapproving
someone who does not like to go to parties or events outside the home and is considered boring
Translations of “stay-at-home”
in Chinese (Traditional) 深居簡出者,老是留在家裡的人,不愛出門的人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 深居简出者,老呆在家里的人,不爱出门的人…
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