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naive

US [nɑˈiv]
UK [naɪˈiːv]
  • adj.缺乏经验的;幼稚的;无知的;轻信的
  • Web天真的;朴素的;言行自然而天真的
Comparative Degree:naiver  Superlative:naivest  
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adj.
1.
缺乏经验的;幼稚的;无知的;轻信的lacking experience of life, knowledge or good judgement and willing to believe that people always tell you the truth
to be politically naive
对政治一无所知
I can't believe you were so naive as to trust him!
真是难以相信你会幼稚到信任他!
a naive question
无知的问题
2.
天真的;率直的innocent and simple
Their approach to life is refreshingly naive.
他们对待生活的态度天真率直,令人耳目一新。
3.
稚拙派的(简单质朴,色彩明快)in a style which is deliberately very simple, often uses bright colours and is similar to that produced by a child

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