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yours truly

informal mainly humorous
used to mean the person who is speaking or writing, often when they are talking about something they have done unwillingly: She didn't have any money, so yours truly ended up having to lend her some.
Translations of “yours truly”
in Chinese (Traditional) (常用於談論勉強所做的事時)本人,鄙人…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常用于谈论勉强所做的事时)本人,鄙人…
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