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grab bag

noun [C] /ˈɡræb ˌbæɡ/
any mixed collection of things, some of which may not be very attractive or useful: The musical was a grab bag of old, tired songs and a few gems.
Translations of “grab bag”
in Chinese (Traditional) 摸獎,摸彩, (各種東西的)混雜,聚合…
in Chinese (Simplified) 摸奖,摸彩, (各种东西的)混杂,聚合…
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