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Translation of "be (as) plain as the nose on your face" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

be (as) plain as the nose on your face

( also be (as) plain as a pikestaff)
to be very obvious 非常明顯 He's not happy here - that's as plain as the nose on your face. 他在這裡並不愉快——這是顯而易見的。 Apparent and obviousVisible
Translations of “be (as) plain as the nose on your face”
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常明显…
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