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obscurity

US [əbˈskjʊrəti]
UK [əbˈskjʊərəti]
  • n.默默无闻;晦涩;黑暗;无名
  • Web含糊;朦胧;阴暗
Plural Form:obscurities  
obscurity
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n.
1.
[u]
默默无闻;无名the state in which sb/sth is not well known or has been forgotten
The actress was only 17 when she was plucked from obscurity and made a star.
这个演员受到提携从无名少女一跃成为明星时年仅 17 岁。
He spent most of his life working in obscurity.
他在默默无闻的工作中度过了大半生。
2.
[u][c][usupl]
费解;晦涩;难懂的事the quality of being difficult to understand; something that is difficult to understand
The course teaches students to avoid ambiguity and obscurity of expression.
这门课程教学生避免表达上的模棱两可、含混不清。
a speech full of obscurities
一篇晦涩难懂的演说
3.
[u]
昏暗;黑暗the state of being dark

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