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follow your nose

informal UK
to trust your own feelings rather than obeying rules or allowing yourself to be influenced by other people's opinions: Take a chance and follow your nose - you may be right! go in a straight line: Turn left, then just follow your nose and you'll see the shop on your left.
Translations of “follow your nose”
in Chinese (Traditional) 憑直覺做事, 一直向前走…
in Chinese (Simplified) 凭直觉做事, 一直向前走…
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