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fickle
'fɪkəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Liable to sudden unpredictable change.
  2. Marked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments.
Hyphenationfick•le
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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浮燥fúzàovariant of 浮躁
薄情bóqínginconstant in love; fickle
善变shànbiànfickle; mercurial; changeable; capricious; to be apt to change
多变duōbiànfickle; multi-variate (math.)
水性杨花shuǐxìng yáng huāfickle (woman)
花心huāxīnfickle (in love affairs); dissipated; unfaithful; heart of a flower (pistil and stamen)
薄幸bóxìngfickle; inconstant person
反复无常fǎnfù wúchángunstable; erratic; changeable; fickle
无常wúchángvariable; changeable; fickle; impermanence (Sanskrit: anitya); ghost taking away the soul after death; to pass away; to die
méng(J) equivalent to 果敢 U+679C U+6562, fleeting, momentary, ephemeral; vain, empty; fickle
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