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steady on!

UK informal
used to tell someone that what they are saying is too extreme: Steady on, Chris - she's nice but she's not that nice!
Translations of “steady on!”
in Chinese (Traditional) 別那麼極端!說話留點餘地!…
in Chinese (Simplified) 别那么极端!说话悠着点!…
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