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blue-sky

adjective
 
 
blue-sky thinking ways of thinking about a subject or dealing with a problem that are new and original but may not always be practical: What we need at the moment is specialist knowledge and implementation rather than blue-sky thinking.
Translations of “blue-sky”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不切實際的, 不賺錢的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不切实际的, 不赚钱的…
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