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put /lay your cards on the table

to be honest about your feelings and intentions 攤牌,(把想法和意圖)和盤托出 I thought it was time I laid my cards on the table, so I told him that I had no intention of marrying him. 我覺得到攤牌的時候了,於是就告訴了他我並不打算嫁給他。 Honesty, openness and sincerity
Translations of “put /lay your cards on the table”
in Chinese (Simplified) 摊牌,(把想法和意图)和盘托出…
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