mannerism en Vietnamita

Pronunciación
n. thói cầu kỳ, kiểu sức, không tự nhiên

Ejemplos

An ethical sympathy in an artist is an unpardonable mannerism of style.
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The lacemaker took a sip from a glass, standing, and began to talk in a thick voice; yet it was a feminine voice, unctuous, disagreeable, and he emphasized his words with mimicked wonder, fright, and other mannerisms.
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He'd found he could tip the balance either way, at will, by a simple change of mannerisms.
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Judging from his clothes and general mannerisms, he seemed to be Mexican-American.
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She was walking towards him from the Marble Arch, and he saw that no mannerism of her gait had been changed.
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Sato's high voice and mannerism are pretty effeminate.
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Since he's in show business he often goofs around in a showy way, but once in a while he has these bashful mannerisms that are really cute.
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The most important thing is to notice a specific characteristic or mannerism.
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His special mannerism is waving his hands when he talks.
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He has some mannerisms.
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Sinónimos

a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual: distinctiveness, speciality, idiosyncrasy, specialty, peculiarity, foible, specialness
a deliberate pretense or exaggerated display: feigning, pose, pretence, simulation, attitude, pretending, affectedness, radical chic, affectation, pretense


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