索魯（Paul Theroux）為《異國風土明信片──遠土的召喚》（“Exotic Postcards：The Lure of Distant Lands,”2007）
Take-Two Interactive's nonchalance toward Electronic Arts's decision to scrap its $2 billion hostile takeover bid for the video game maker may be part of a high-stakes tactic, The New York Times wrote. Electronic Arts may also have something up its sleeve, the Deal Professor says.
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而日本採用英文音譯 因為 "泛用"一般不是 "ubiquitous"( That means something is everywhere if it is ubiquitous.)
Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent: “plodded through the shadows fruitlessly like an ubiquitous spook” (Joseph Heller).
━━ a. （同時に）至る所にある, 遍在する.
Manifesting or feeling contempt; scornful.
Casual lack of concern: “The contemptuous nonchalance of her trailed hand irritated him” (Elizabeth Bowen).
Meaning #1: the trait of remaining calm and seeming not to care; a casual lack of concern
Synonyms: unconcern, indifference
trailed hand 手下垂
Matthew happily trailed his hand in the cold water.
unusual and often exciting because of coming (or seeming to come) from a distant, especially tropical country:
unusual objects, often ones that have come from a distant country:
Collectors of eighteenth century exotica are our main customers.
adjective slyer, slyest
1 deceiving people in a clever way in order to get what you want:
He's a sly old devil - I wouldn't trust him with my money.
2 [before noun] seeming to know secrets:
"You'll find out eventually, " said Mary with a sly smile.
on the sly If you do something on the sly, you do it secretly because you should not be doing it:
He drives his mother's car on the sly while she's at work.
She grinned slyly and refused to tell me where the money came from.
(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)
━━ a. （～er, ～est; slier, sliest） ずるい; 陰険な; ひそかな; ちゃめな, （目つきなど）いたずらっぽい.
on the sly ひそかに.
sly dog 隠れて楽しむ人.
sly・ly ━━ ad. ずるく; こっそりと.
sly・ness ━━ n.