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muster your forces

formal
to make great arrangements and efforts, usually to prepare for an attack or event: The Welsh National Opera has mustered its forces to mount its second production of Tristan in only 14 years.
Translations of “muster your forces”
in Chinese (Traditional) 集聚(力量,精力)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 集聚(力量,精力)…
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