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Translation of "blow/knock your socks off" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

blow/knock your socks off

informal
If something knocks your socks off, you find it extremely exciting or good 令人驚奇;令人刮目相看(如果某物「打落你的襪子」,表示你發現它令人極端興奮或極好) I'm going to take you to a restaurant that'll knock your socks off. 我要帶你去看一家餐廳去,你準會大吃一驚。 Extremely goodExciting and interesting
(Definition of blow/knock your socks off from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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