adj. 形容詞 陳腐的,平常的。
a hackneyed phrase [tune] 陳詞濫調。
a hackneyed comparision 陳舊的比喻。


    1. Avoiding the hackneyed theme of the return to the homeland, the film uses the departure to renew a connection between two generation

    2. Besides, though taste latterly had deteriorated to a degree, original music like that, different from the conventional rut, would rapidly have a great vogue, as it would be a decided novelty for dublin s musical world after the usual hackneyed run of catchy tenor solos foisted on a confiding public by ivan st austell and hilton st just and their genus omne

    3. In particular he criticizes political leaders for being sucked into using meaningless phrases and hackneyed mantras to disguise policies or protect themselves from accountability

    4. That expression of "violently in love" is so hackneyed, so doubtful, so indefinite, that it gives me very little idea.

    5. In this film, again, with a little hackneyed plot that lacks climactic moments, what absorbs and moves the viewers emotionally is the delineation of the passionate interpersonal relationships, that is, the father and son attachment between chul - min and his father and the friendship among chul - min and his friends

      Chul - min和父親的關系並不和睦,母親更間接因為chul - min而早逝,本來甚具悲劇性,但妙在編導悲劇喜拍,以較為輕松的手法處理這段充滿裂痕的父子情,成功做到笑中有淚的效果。