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vague
veɪg
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not clearly understood or expressed.
  2. Not precisely limited, determined, or distinguished.
  3. Lacking clarity or distinctness.
Hyphenationvague
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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含糊hánhuambiguous; vague; careless; perfunctory
不清楚bù qīngchuunclear; not understood; currently unknown
茫然mángránblankly; vacantly; at a loss
含混hánhùnvague; unclear; ambiguous
méngvague; ambiguous; dim; hazy, mane
暧昧àimèivague; ambiguous; equivocal; dubious
隐约yǐnyuēvague; faint; indistinct
模糊móhuvague; indistinct; fuzzy
糊里糊涂hūlǐ hútuconfused; vague; indistinct; muddle-headed; mixed up; in a daze
yùnhemp; vague; mysterious
yùnvariant of U+7E15, tangled hemp, raveled silk; vague, confused
含含糊糊hán hán húhu(of speech) obscure; unclear; (of actions) vague; ineffectual
浮泛fúfànto float about; (of a feeling) to show on the face; (of speech, friendship etc) shallow; vague
浅淡qiǎndànlight (color); pale; vague (feeling)
渺茫miǎománguncertain; remote; distant and indistinct; vague
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