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underdog

noun
 
 
/ˈʌn.də.dɒɡ/ US  /-dɚ.dɑːɡ/
the underdog [S] a person or group of people with less power, money, etc. than the rest of society
弱者;弱势群体
As a politician, her sympathy was always for the underdog in society.
作为一名政治家,她一直同情社会上的弱势群体。
FailuresAccidents and disastersHigher and lower points of achievement
[C usually singular] in a competition, the person or team considered to be the weakest and the least likely to win
(比赛中)不被看好的一方
Competitors and participants in sports and games
Translations of “underdog”
in Spanish desfavorecido, desvalido, desamparado…
in French perdant/-ante, défavorisé/-ée…
in German der/die Unterlegene…
in Chinese (Traditional) (比賽中)不被看好的一方…
(Definition of underdog from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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