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Translation of "hear warning bells" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

hear warning bells

( also warning bells start to ring/sound)
used to describe a situation when people see signs that something bad has started or is going to happen 察覺不祥之兆;警鐘已經敲響 For me, the warning bells started to ring when she stopped eating properly and lost all that weight. 她不再正常進食且體重下降那麼嚴重時,我就覺察到不對勁了。 Threats and warnings
Translations of “hear warning bells”
in Chinese (Simplified) 察觉不祥之兆, 警钟已经敲响…
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