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bide

verb uk   us   /baɪd/
bide your time to wait calmly for a good opportunity to do something: She was biding her time until she could get her revenge.
Translations of “bide”
in Vietnamese chờ cơ hội tốt…
in Spanish esperar el momento oportuno…
in Thai คอยโอกาส…
in Malaysian menunggu masa sahaja…
in French attendre (le bon moment)…
in German abwarten…
in Indonesian menunggu kesempatan…
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