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go hog wild

US informal
to become too excited and eager about something, often so that you do too much: There's no need to go hog wild just because it's Sarah's birthday - she won't want such a fuss.
Translations of “go hog wild”
in Chinese (Traditional) 因過於興奮、熱切而做得過頭…
in Chinese (Simplified) 因过于兴奋、热切而做得过头…
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