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Meaning of 坑坑洼洼

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kēng keng (Trad.: 坑坑窪窪)
bumpy; full of potholes
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Many of these have been upgraded in the past decade, but there remain many parts of the country where potholes are the size of golf bunkers and tarmac is an endangered species.
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The Dubrum site - which stretches for miles in a sparsely populated region - is pocked by hundreds of trenches, some deeper than 10 or 12 feet.
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If the nail surface is rippled or pitted, this may be an early sign of psoriasis or inflammatory arthritis.
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ON SOME bumpy fields in Ilorin, capital of the quiet state of Kwara in central Nigeria, scores of lads from across the country are playing football.
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I don' t like to see old guys in their pajamas and bathrobes anyway. Their bumpy old chests are always showing.