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be pitched into sth

to suddenly experience a bad feeling 突然有(某種不好的感覺) He was pitched (headlong) into despair by what happened to him in his final year at college. 大學最後一年發生的事使他一下子絕望了。 Experiencing and suffering
Translations of “be pitched into sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 突然有(某种不好的感觉)…
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