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oops-a-daisy

exclamation
 
 
/ˈʊp.səˌdeɪ.zi/ ( also ups-a-daisy) informal
something said to young children when they fall over
(用于小孩摔倒时)起来没事啦
Sympathy and compassionChildren and babies
Translations of “oops-a-daisy”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於小孩摔倒時)起來沒事啦…
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