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make an exhibition of yourself

disapproving
to do something stupid in public: I hope I didn't make an exhibition of myself last night.
Translations of “make an exhibition of yourself”
in Chinese (Traditional) 出洋相, 出醜…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出洋相, 出丑…
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