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be/feel at home

to feel comfortable and relaxed 感觉自在,不拘束 By the end of the week she was beginning to feel at home in her new job. 到一周快结束时,她开始对新工作感到适应了。 Comfortable and uncomfortable
Translations of “be/feel at home”
in Chinese (Traditional) 感覺自在,不拘束…
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