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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “double (sb) up/over”

double (sb) up/over

phrasal verb with double /ˈdʌb.l̩/ verb [I or T]
If you double up/over, or if something doubles you up/over, you suddenly bend forwards and down, usually because of pain or laughter
(通常指由於痛苦或大笑而)彎腰,前仰後合
Most of the crowd doubled up with laughter at every joke.
人群中的大多數人每聽完一個笑話都會笑得前仰後合。
She was doubled up/over with the pain in her stomach.
她肚子痛得直不起腰來。
Not holding the body uprightReclining
(Definition of double (sb) up/over from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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