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hold all the cards

to be in a strong position when you are competing with someone else, because you have all the advantages
处于优势,控制着局面
Management holds all the cards when it comes to the negotiations over job cuts.
当开始协商裁员问题时,管理层就处于绝对的优势。
Advantage and disadvantage
Translations of “hold all the cards”
in Chinese (Traditional) 處於優勢,掌控局面…
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