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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “jolly hockey sticks”

jolly hockey sticks

UK humorous
describes a woman or girl of a high social class who is enthusiastic in a way that annoys most people
(上層社會女子)好交際的,過分熱情而讓人討厭的
Schools in general
(Definition of jolly hockey sticks from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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