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panic stations

noun [plural] uk   us   UK informal
a situation in which people feel worried and nervous because things need to be done quickly: Two weeks before an exam it's always panic stations as I realize how much I still have to do.
Translations of “panic stations”
in Chinese (Traditional) (由於事情緊急而出現的)慌亂狀態…
in Chinese (Simplified) (由于事情紧急而出现的)慌乱状态…
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