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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “of all people/things/places”

of all people/things/places

used to express the idea that a particular person/thing/place is unlikely or surprising
(表示認為不可能或驚訝)在所有的人/東西/地方中(偏偏)
Stella, of all people, is the last one I'd expect to see at the club.
我萬萬沒有想到會在這傢俱樂部裡見到斯特拉。
And why did you choose Iceland for a holiday, of all places?
那麼多的地方,你為甚麼偏偏要去冰島渡假?
Expressions of surprise
(Definition of of all people/things/places from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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