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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “give/allow sth full play”

give/allow sth full play

(also give/allow full play to sth)
to develop and use emotions or ideas completely
充分發揮
The move from stage to films allowed Gildit to give full play to his sense of the fantastic.
從舞臺轉到電影界,吉爾迪可以充分發揮他的幻想靈感。
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