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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “keep your shirt on”

keep your shirt on

(UK also keep your hair on) informal
said to tell someone to stop being so angry or upset
別生氣
Keep your shirt on! Your car isn't badly damaged!
別生氣!你的車受損不嚴重!
Calming and relaxing
(Definition of keep your shirt on from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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