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as if it is going out of style

informal
very quickly or much more than people normally do
(比正常情况下做得)非常快且更多
She was gulping down sandwiches and cakes as if they were going out of style.
她大吃三明治和蛋糕,吃得又快又多。
Fast and rapidShort in time
Translations of “as if it is going out of style”
in Chinese (Traditional) (比正常情況下做得)非常快且更多…
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