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have a heavy foot

US informal
to drive a car too fast
飆車
She has a heavy foot - does the trip in half the time it takes me!
她是個飆車族——她跑這趟路花的時間是我的一半!
Fast and rapidShort in timeDriving and operating road vehicles
Translations of “have a heavy foot”
in Chinese (Simplified) 飙车…
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