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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “in God/heaven's name”

in God/heaven's name

(also in the name of God/heaven)
used to add force to something which is said, although some people might find the use of 'God' offensive
(用於加強語氣)看在上帝的份上
What in God's name caused that outburst?
老天,究竟是甚麼引發了這次情緒大爆發?
Why in the name of God didn't you tell me sooner?
天啊,你為甚麼不早點告訴我?
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(Definition of in God/heaven's name from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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