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superficial
,suːpər'fɪʃəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Concerned with or comprehending only what is apparent or obvious; not deep or penetrating emotionally or intellectually.
  2. Of little substance or significance.
  3. Superficial.
Hyphenationsu•per•fi•cial
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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表面biǎomiànsurface; face; outside; appearance
外表wàibiǎoexternal; outside; outward appearance
表面的biǎomiàn desuperficial; just for show
肤浅fūqiǎnskin deep; superficial; shallow
面积miànjīarea (of a floor, piece of land etc); surface area; tract of land
鄙陋bǐlòusuperficial; shallow
浅薄qiǎnbósuperficial
半桶水bàn tǒng shuǐ(coll.) (of one's skills, knowledge etc) limited; superficial; half-baked; somebody with a smattering of knowledge (of something); dabbler
浮浅fúqiǎnskin-deep; superficial; shallow
浮面fúmiànsurface (of a liquid); superficial
浅学qiǎnxuéshallow study; superficial; scant knowledge
浅短qiǎnduǎnnarrow and shallow (knowledge or skill); superficial
皮肉píròuskin and flesh; superficial; physical (suffering); bodily
粗浅cūqiǎnshallow; superficial
to float; superficial; floating; unstable; movable; provisional; temporary; transient; impetuous; hollow; inflated; to exceed; superfluous; excessive; surplus
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