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shake down

informal phrasal verb with shake /ʃeɪk/ verb (shook, shaken)
to become satisfactorily or comfortably organized or established after a period of change
安顿下来;调整就绪
Give the new arrangements time to shake down - I'm sure they'll be OK.
新的安排要经过一段时间才能调整过来——我相信它们会令人满意的。
Classifying and creating order
Translations of “shake down”
in Chinese (Traditional) 安頓下來, 調整就緒…
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