clean up your act Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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clean up your act

to change the way you behave, so that you stop doing bad or dishonest things: You're going to have to clean up your act if you want to get into a good college.
Translations of “clean up your act”
in Chinese (Traditional) 改邪歸正, 開始遵紀守法…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改邪归正, 开始遵纪守法…
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