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the heat is on

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If you say the heat is on, you mean that a time of great activity and/or pressure has begun
开始一段忙碌(又有压力)的日子
With only months to go before the deadline, the heat is on.
离最后期限只剩下几个月,大家的苦日子开始了。
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Translations of “the heat is on”
in Chinese (Traditional) 開始一段忙碌(又有壓力)的日子…
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