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savour of sth

formal phrasal verb with savour UK ( US savor) /ˈseɪ.vər/ US  /-vɚ/ verb [T]
to have particular characteristics or qualities that make people think of something, especially something unpleasant
有(尤指不好的)特點;帶有…意味
His behaviour does rather savour of hypocrisy.
他的行爲相當虛僞。
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in Chinese (Simplified) 有(尤指不好的)特点, 带有…意味…
(Definition of savour of sth from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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