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unsaid

adjective [after verb]     /ʌnˈsed/
not said, although thought of or felt (想到或感到而)未說出口的 I know she's put on weight, Michael, but some things are better left unsaid! 我知道她長胖了,麥克,但有些事還是不說的好! →  See also unspoken Falling silent and not speaking
Translations of “unsaid”
in Chinese (Simplified) (想到或感到而)未说出口的…
(Definition of unsaid from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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