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by the seat of your pants

If you do something by the seat of your pants, you do it using only your own experience and trusting your own judgment.
Translations of “by the seat of your pants”
in Chinese (Traditional) 憑經驗, 憑感覺…
in Chinese (Simplified) 凭经验, 凭感觉…
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