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Translation of "action stations" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

action stations

plural noun
 
UK informal
when you are as ready as possible to perform a task you have been preparing for
做好準備
The whole school was at action stations for the inspectors' visit.
全校都做好了準備迎接督察的到來。
Ready and willingUnwilling and reluctant
action stations! used to tell people to get ready immediately to do the particular jobs which they have been given to do
(用來命令做好準備)各就各位!
Right, everyone - action stations! We're starting the show in 3 minutes.
好了,全體注意,各就各位,演出三分鐘後開始!
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Translations of “action stations”
in Chinese (Simplified) 做好准备…
(Definition of action stations from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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