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N-UNCOUNT 娇美;精美;雅致;纤细 Delicacy is the quality of being easy to break or harm, and refers especially to people or things that are attractive or graceful.
...the delicacy of a rose.
...a country where the feminine ideal is delicacy, slimness and grace.
N-UNCOUNT 微妙;棘手;难处理 If you say that a situation or problem is of some delicacy, you mean that it is difficult to handle and needs careful and sensitive treatment.
There is a matter of some delicacy which I would like to discuss...
He sensed the delicacy of the situation.
N-UNCOUNT 审慎;体贴;周到 If someone handles a difficult situation with delicacy, they handle it very carefully, making sure that nobody is offended.
Both countries are behaving with rare delicacy...
He's shown considerable delicacy and tact in feeling the public mood.
N-COUNT 珍馐;佳肴 A delicacy is a rare or expensive food that is considered especially nice to eat.
Smoked salmon was considered an expensive delicacy...
We were served course after course of mouthwatering local delicacies.