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hotchpotch n. 杂烩

hotchpot n. [律]财产混同(指将遗产合并,以便在...

  • Mr Chirac's presidential manifesto in 1995 was a hotch-potch of contradictions and promises, many later broken.

    ECONOMIST: The cracks in Jacques Chirac’s presidency

  • Power deregulation is getting under way in earnest too, although states are embracing a hotch-potch of different approaches.

    ECONOMIST: Energy, the new convergence

  • The 1988 constitution, a hotch-potch of social and economic rights, encourages appeals in even trivial disputes to the Supreme Court.

    ECONOMIST: How to reform Brazil's justice system

  • If the bank failed, ETF investors would find that they acquired a hotch-potch of assets, rather than the portfolio they expected.

    ECONOMIST: Exchange-traded funds

  • Chinese officials may well have noted, however, that among the demonstrators' hotch-potch of grievances those relating to China's politics were unusually conspicuous .

    ECONOMIST: Hong Kong and China

  • The tax bill is a hotch-potch, rather than a thorough overhaul.

    ECONOMIST: Lula places his fate in Congress's hands

  • Wild horses are more probably just a genetic hotch-potch of abandoned or forgotten creatures, many of them descendants of horses that escaped from their humans while the West was being settled.

    ECONOMIST: The West’s wild horses

  • For computing to become a utility, which is the promise of the cloud, a data centre cannot be a hotch-potch of boxes cobbled together from different vendors, but must be tightly integrated.

    ECONOMIST: Computing

  • The Europeans will need time to work out exactly who does what in ways that produce a coherent military effort, rather than just the quirky sum of the hotch-potch of national parts.

    ECONOMIST: In defence of Europe

  • And second, a sharp drop in support for the far right National Front leader, Jean-Marie Le Pen, and for a hotch-potch of extreme left and single-issue candidates has pulled French politics firmly back into the mainstream.

    ECONOMIST: France's presidential election

  • In one respect, this would be a shame: the new voting arrangements make sense, as does the idea of giving the Union a fundamental charter outlining its powers, in place of the current hotch-potch of treaties.

    ECONOMIST: Revived to die another day? | The

  • And the area as a whole still relishes its ethnic, multicultural, bohemian, seedy-chic image—a hotch potch of quaint antique shops, market stalls and vibrant street life.

    ECONOMIST: London

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