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Translation of "cut sb some slack" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

cut sb some slack

informal
to not judge someone as severely as you usually would because they are having problems at the present time 給(某人)方便;對(某人)網開一面 "Andrew's late again." "Cut him some slack - his wife's just had a baby." 「安德魯又遲到了。」「對他就網開一面吧——他妻子剛生小孩」 Making and accepting apologies
Translations of “cut sb some slack”
in Chinese (Simplified) 给(某人)方便, 对(某人)网开一面…
(Definition of cut sb some slack from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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