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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “be green about the gills”

be green about the gills

humorous
to look ill and pale
臉露病容;臉色蒼白
Matt was out drinking last night and he's a bit green about the gills this morning!
馬特昨晚在外面喝酒作樂,直到今天上午臉還有點發青!
Being and falling ill
(Definition of be green about the gills from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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