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shoo-in

noun [C usually singular] uk   /ˈʃuː.ɪn/ us  
someone who is certain to win an election or a competition: He's a shoo-in for the White House. Manchester United's a shoo-in to win the title this season.
Translations of “shoo-in”
in Chinese (Traditional) (選舉或競賽中的)穩操勝券者…
in Chinese (Simplified) (选举或竞赛中的)稳操胜券者…
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