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virtual

adjective [before noun] (ALMOST) 幾乎     /ˈvɜː.tju.əl/ US  /ˈvɝː-/
almost a particular thing or quality 幾乎…的;實質上的 Ten years of incompetent government had brought about the virtual collapse of the country's economy. 無能政府十年的執政已經把這個國家帶到了崩潰的邊緣。 AlmostMerely and barely
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