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vague

US [veɪɡ]
UK [veɪɡ]
  • adj.含糊的;不明确的;不清楚的;含糊其辞的
  • Web模糊的;暧昧的
Comparative Degree:vaguer  Superlative:vaguest  
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adj.
1.
(思想上)不清楚的,含糊的,不明确的,模糊的not clear in a person's mind
to have a vague impression/memory/recollection of sth
对某事印象╱记忆模糊
They had only a vague idea where the place was.
他们只是大概知道那个地方的位置。
2.
~ (about sth)
不具体的;不详细的;粗略的not having or giving enough information or details about sth
She's a little vague about her plans for next year.
她对她明年的计划不怎么明确。
The politicians made vague promises about tax cuts.
政界人物的减税承诺言辞含混。
He was accused of being deliberately vague.
他被指责为故意含糊其词。
We had only a vague description of the attacker.
我们只有那个袭击者的粗略描述。
3.
茫然的;糊涂的;心不在焉的suggesting a lack of clear thought or attention
His vague manner concealed a brilliant mind.
他大智若愚。
4.
不清楚的;模糊的;朦胧的not having a clear shape
In the darkness they could see the vague outline of a church.
他们在黑暗中能看到一座教堂的朦胧轮廓。

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