1.一根筋儿 one track-minded.
Stop reasoning with him. Don’t you know he is one track-minded?
2.出众的人 a lulu
Talking about being pretty, our company’s new secretary is indeed a lulu.
我知道怎样对付两面派，而且一眼就能看出谁是一贯两面讨好的人。I know how to handle two-faced people and can even tell at the first glance who are in the habit of running with the hare and hunting with the hounds.(注：run with the hare and hunt with the hounds指人两面讨好，不得罪任何一方的做法。)
4.傻大个儿 a lummox
It is said that the lummox has loused up their company’s whole business.
5.收破烂儿的人 a rag man
Those rag men going from door to door sometimes may also earn quite a handsome sum of money.
6.乡巴佬 a hayseed
She insisted that she would not marry herself off to a hayseed, no matter how rich he was.
There are always riff-raffs hanging around in LaoZhang’s home, which gives you the feeling that Lao Zhang is not a good guy.
She’s born doormat ,afraid of going against anything.
9.面无表情的人 a deadpan
You feel choked to work with those deadpans.
10.扫帚星 a jinx
She’s said to be a jinx, who would bring bad luck to whoever she marries.
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