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Translation of "have legs" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

have legs

informal
If a story in the news has legs, it will continue for a long time 未完待續;對某事的後續報道還將持續很長時間 This latest scandal has legs - you'll probably still be reading about it in a year's time. 最近的醜聞還有下文。也許近一年內,你還會讀到其後續報道。 Continue and last
If something has legs, it can continue to exist and be successful 經久不衰的;持續時間久且成功的 The business has legs. 這家企業有很強的生命力。 Continue and lastExisting and being
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