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go off the boil

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to lose interest or become less urgent: They were really excited about the project, but now they seem to have gone off the boil.
Translations of “go off the boil”
in Chinese (Traditional) 失去興趣, 不再緊迫…
in Chinese (Simplified) 失去兴趣, 不再紧迫…
(Definition of go off the boil from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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