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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “be in/get into a state”

be in/get into a state

mainly UK
to become nervous and upset
緊張;焦慮
She got into a real state before her driving test.
她在駕駛路考之前緊張得要命。
Expressing and showing feelings
(Definition of be in/get into a state from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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