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do the honours

humorous
to pour drinks or serve food 招待客人(指斟酒、上菜等) John, will you do the honours? 約翰,你能招待一下客人嗎? Providing and serving meals
Translations of “do the honours”
in Chinese (Simplified) 招待客人(指斟酒、上菜等)…
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