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get/put your own house in order

to solve your own problems 解決自己的問題 You should put your own house in order before you start telling me what to do! 你最好先管好自己的事,然後再教我如何去做! Solving and solutions
Translations of “get/put your own house in order”
in Chinese (Simplified) 解决自己的问题…
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