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Translation of "pour sth out" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

pour sth out

phrasal verb with pour /pɔːr/ US  /pɔːr/ verb
to tell all your problems or feelings to someone, especially privately or secretly (尤指私下或秘密地)傾訴,傾吐 He spends every lunchtime pouring out his emotional problems to me and expects me to find a solution. 他每次吃午飯時都向我傾訴感情問題,希望我給他想個解決辦法。 Expressing and showing feelings
(Definition of pour sth out from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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