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(really) take the biscuit

UK ( US (really) take the cake) informal
You say that something or someone (really) takes the biscuit when they have done something that you find extremely annoying or surprising 極其討厭;十分驚人 And you say she's opening your letters now? Oh, that really takes the biscuit! 你說她在拆你的信?啊,這可真令人難以置信! Expressions of surpriseExpressions of anger
Translations of “(really) take the biscuit”
in Chinese (Simplified) 极其讨厌, 十分惊人…
(Definition of (really) take the biscuit from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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