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I don't mind if I do

said to politely accept an offer of food or drink (用於禮貌地接受)可以吃點,可以喝些 "There's plenty more cake if you'd like another piece." "I don't mind if I do." 「如果你想再吃一塊,這裡還有很多蛋糕呢。」「那我就不客氣了。」 Words and phrases expressing agreement and acceptance
Translations of “I don't mind if I do”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于礼貌地接受)可以吃点,可以喝些…
(Definition of I don't mind if I do from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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