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such and such

adjective uk   informal us  
used to refer to something that you do not want to name or say exactly: If they tell you to arrive at such and such a time, just get there a couple of minutes early.
Translations of “such and such”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於不想明確說出的事物)某,某個…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于不想明确说出的事物)某,某个…
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