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Translation of "be music to sb's ears" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

be music to sb's ears

to be something that you are very pleased to hear (对某人)是悦耳的声音,是佳音,是中听的话 The rattle of the letterbox was music to my ears - the letter had arrived at last. 信箱发出的嘎嘎声对我来说很悦耳——信终于到了。 Causing pleasure
Translations of “be music to sb's ears”
in Chinese (Traditional) (對某人)是悅耳的聲音,是佳音,是中聽的話…
(Definition of be music to sb's ears from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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