- adj. 模糊的；含糊的；不明确的；暧昧的
- n. (Vague)人名；(法)瓦格；(英)韦格
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- vague (adj.)
- "uncertain as to specifics," 1540s, from Middle French vague "empty, vacant; wild, uncultivated; wandering" (13c.), from Latin vagus "strolling, wandering, rambling," figuratively "vacillating, uncertain," of unknown origin. Related: Vagueness.
- 1. They have only a vague idea of the amount of water available.
- 2. She had married a charming but rather vague Englishman.
- 3. He looked at her vague shape through the frosted glass.
- 4. He was vague, however, about just what U.S. forces might actually do.
- 5. The bus was a vague shape in the distance.
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