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animal

noun [C] (TYPE) 類型     /ˈæn.ɪ.məl/
used to describe what type of person or thing someone or something is 某種類型的人(或物) At heart she is a political animal. 本質上她是一個很有政治秉性的人。 She is that rare animal (= she is very unusual), a brilliant scientist who can communicate her ideas to ordinary people. 她是個少見的奇才,是一位能夠把自己的思想傳達給普通人的優秀科學家。 Feminism in France and England are rather different animals (= are different). 法國和英國的女權主義不屬於同一種類型。 Categories and varietiesSpecies and genders
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