fangled

['fæŋgəld]
  • adj. 新流行的(新奇的)
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fangled (adj.)
1580s, "new-made," with implications of "foppish," from fangle (n.) "a new fancy, a novelty," based on newfangle "fond of novelty" (see newfangled).
1. Mr Goss does not believe in any of this "new-fangled nonsense" about lean meat.
戈斯先生一点儿都不相信有关瘦肉的这种“奇谈怪论”。

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2. She buys all these new - fangled machines and never uses them.
她购买了所有这些新制药品,但却从没有使用.

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3. To us, farm is a new - fangled and unacquainted place.
对于我们而言, 那是一个新鲜而又陌生的地方.

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