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strike a note

to express and communicate a particular opinion or feeling about something: I find it really difficult to strike the right note when I'm writing job applications. At the end of her speech, she struck a note of warning about the risks involved in the project.
Translations of “strike a note”
in Chinese (Traditional) 表達看法,傳達感覺…
in Chinese (Simplified) 表达看法,传达感觉…
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