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faint

adjective (SLIGHT)
轻微的
 
 
/feɪnt/
not strong or clear; slight
微弱的;不清晰的;微小的
a faint sound/noise/smell
微弱的声音/隐约的响声/淡淡的气味
The lamp gave out a faint glow.
灯发出微弱的光。
She gave me a faint smile of recognition.
她认出了我,冲我淡淡一笑。
There's not the faintest hope of ever finding him.
没有丝毫找到他的希望。
She bears a faint resemblance to my sister.
她和我姐姐长得有点儿像。
I have a faint suspicion that you may be right!
我隐约觉得你可能是对的!
Weakness and vulnerability
not have the faintest idea informal used to emphasize that you do not know something
根本不知道
"Is she going to stay?" "I haven't the faintest idea."
“她要留下来吗?我一点儿也不知道。”
I haven't the faintest idea what you're talking about!
我根本不知道你在说什么!
Unaware
(Definition of faint adjective (SLIGHT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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