教科书式耍赖 (Chinese PinYin: [jiāo kē shū shì shuǎ lài]; traditional Chinese:教科書式耍賴) may mean: (1) noun. textbook-style cheating; (2) noun. a typical cheating. Literally: 教科书 (textbook) + 式 (style) + 耍赖 (act without shame; cheating). It is an internet buzzword used to describe someone who acts shamelessly or refuses to follow a court order or agreement.
1. How to pronounce 教科书式耍赖?
Chinese Pinyin: [jiāo kē shū shì shuǎ lài]
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耍赖 means to act without shame
2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 教科书式耍赖
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 教科书式耍赖
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 教科书式耍赖受害者 (victims of a textbook-style cheating),
4. How to use 教科书式耍赖 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 教科书式耍赖.
Translation: She unshelled his textbook-style cheating.
4.2 事实不容篡改， 教科书式耍赖也必须被戳穿。
Translation: Facts cannot be altered; textbook-style cheating must also be exposed.
4.3 这是教科书式耍赖, 他说道。
Translation: “This is a textbook-style cheating,” he said.
Translation: Forget about your textbook-style cheating.
Translation: It is probably the so-called textbook-style cheating.
Translation: His textbook-style cheating made him notorious.
Translation: He is good at various textbook-style cheating.
Translation: Textbook-style cheating requires textbook-style punishment.
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