英文释义 (intransitive verb) To speak ambiguously in order to confuse the listener and conceal the truth; a subtle form of telling lies./ When someone equivocates, they deliberately use vague language in order to deceive people or to avoid speaking the truth. / be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or withhold information.
例句 EXAMPLE: The cynical company owner trusted none of his employees, and always equivocated when they asked him questions about the business.
He is equivocating a lot about what is going to happen if and when there are elections.
He had asked her once again about her finances. And again she had equivocated.
短语 faux fur
英文释义 Artificial fur used in clothing. (NOTE: "faux"means "false"in French)
例句 EXAMPLE: My winter coat is trimmed in faux fur made from polyester fiber.