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Achilles heel

noun [C usually singular]     /əˌkɪl.iːzˈhiːl/
a small fault or weakness in a person or system that can result in its failure 阿喀琉斯的腳踵,致命弱點,致命傷 A misbehaving minister is regarded as a government's Achilles heel and is expected to resign. 一個行為不端的部長被視為政府的致命禍根,因而理應辭職。 Faults and mistakesWeakness and vulnerability
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in Chinese (Simplified) 阿喀琉斯的脚踵,致命弱点,致命伤…
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