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Binge watching has been a cultural trend that has swept the world since the advent of Netflix, but do you know the repercussions and potential negative effect it has on our mind? Today, you are going to learn more about it in this episode of 清谈.
老年痴呆症 – lǎoniánchīdāizhèng – senile dementia
鏡頭 – jìngtóu – camera lens; camera shot (in a movie etc); scene
歷歷在目 – lìlìzàimù – vivid in one’s mind (idiom)
輾轉反側 – zhǎnzhuǎnfǎncè – to toss and turn restlessly (in the bed)
刷劇 – shuājù – binge watching
潛意識 – qiányìshí – unconscious mind; subconscious mind; subconsciousness
妖魔鬼怪 – yāomóguǐguài – demons and ghosts
毛骨悚然 – máogǔsǒngrán – to have one’s hair stand on end (idiom)
放縱 – fàngzòng – to indulge; to pamper; to connive at
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