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have something in mind

to have a plan or intention 想好,考慮到 Did you have anything in mind for Helen's present? 你想好為海倫準備甚麼禮物了嗎? Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
Translations of “have something in mind”
in Chinese (Simplified) 想好,考虑到…
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