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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “from top to toe”

from top to toe

(also from head to foot)
(of the clothes a person is wearing, etc.) all in the same style, colour,
(衣著等的樣式、顏色等)從頭到腳都一樣
A woman came into the room dressed in red from top to toe.
一名女子走進屋子,從頭到腳穿了一身紅。
Somewhere, anywhere, nowhere, or everywhere
(Definition of from top to toe from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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