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网虫 (wǎngchóng) People who always surf the internet (Intermediate)

Dec. 10, 2009

网虫 (wǎngchóng) People who always surf the internet   

The character “网 (wǎng)” means net and “虫 (chóng)” means insect or worm.



Suízhe hùliánwǎng de fēisù fāzhǎn, xiànzài wǎngchóng yuèláiyuèduō le.

With the rapid development of the Internet, there are more and more people

who surf the internet from dawn till dusk nowadays.


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