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just like that

disapproving
suddenly and unexpectedly 突如其來地;出乎意料地 Their son went off and got married last week, just like that. 他們的兒子不告而別,在上周還結了婚,真是出乎意料。 Not expected or planned
Translations of “just like that”
in Chinese (Simplified) 突如其来地, 出乎意料地…
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