- adj. 傲慢的；轻浮的；作态的
- n. 装腔作势；横蛮的态度
- int. 唉呀
- also hoity toity, 1660s, "riotous behavior," from earlier highty tighty "frolicsome, flighty," perhaps an alteration and reduplication of dialectal hoyting "acting the hoyden, romping" (1590s), see hoyden. Sense of "haughty" first recorded late 1800s, probably on similarity of sound.
- 1. Jasper in the flesh is very hoity - toit , in a cat way , and Abby's gorgeous.
- 现实生活中的贾斯珀神气活现, 是一只非常可爱的宠物猫, 阿比很漂亮.
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