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perverse
pər'vɜrs
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Deviating from what is considered moral or right or proper or good.
  2. Resistant to guidance or discipline.
  3. Marked by a disposition to oppose and contradict.
Hyphenationper•verse
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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乖张guāizhāngrecalcitrant; unreasonable; peevish
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倔强juéjiàngstubborn; obstinate; unbending
错误cuòwùerror; mistake; mistaken; false; wrong
堕落duòluòto degrade; to degenerate; to become depraved; corrupt; a fall from grace
刚愎gāngbìheadstrong; perverse
反常fǎnchángunusual; abnormal
乖戾guāilìperverse (behavior); disagreeable (character)
perverse; unreasonable; absurd
perverse; obstinate; willful
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huàobstinate; perverse
huòcantankerous; perverse, stupid; dull, ignorant, to divide clearly; without ambiguity, gracefully quiet
bèito go against; to be contrary to; perverse; rebellious
guāi(of a child) obedient, well-behaved; clever; shrewd; alert; perverse; contrary to reason; irregular; abnormal
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