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tumble to sth

UK old-fashioned informal phrasal verb with tumble /ˈtʌm.bl̩/ verb [I]
to suddenly understand something
突然明白,对…恍然大悟
I think he's tumbled to our plan.
我觉得他已茅塞顿开,明白了我们的计划。
Understanding and comprehending
Translations of “tumble to sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 突然明白,對…恍然大悟…
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