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theatrical

adjective (BEHAVIOUR)
行為
 
 
/θiˈæt.rɪ.kəl/
describes behaviour that is not sincere and too extreme and that is intended to attract attention
演戲似的;誇張的
a theatrical gesture
誇張的姿勢
Affected and insincere
theatricality
 
 
/θiˌæt.rɪˈkæl.ɪ.ti/ US  /-ə.i/ noun [U]
Affected and insincereTheatre - general words
theatrically
 
 
/θiˈæt.rɪ.kli/ adverb
Affected and insincere
(Definition of theatrical adjective (BEHAVIOUR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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