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a little bird told me

said if you know who gave you the information being discussed but will not say who it was 无可奉告,我不说 "How did you know he was leaving?" "Oh, let's just say a little bird told me." “你怎么知道他要走了?”“噢,反正我知道。” Gossip and rumour
Translations of “a little bird told me”
in Chinese (Traditional) 無可奉告,我不說…
(Definition of a little bird told me from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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