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Translation of "You pays your money and you takes your chance/choice." - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

You pays your money and you takes your chance/choice.

informal humorous saying
said to someone who must decide between different things and accept the results of their decision 你就碰碰运气吧。 Decisions and deciding
Translations of “You pays your money and you takes your chance/choice.”
in Chinese (Traditional) 你就碰碰運氣吧。…
(Definition of You pays your money and you takes your chance/choice. from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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