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Roll on the weekend/five o'clock!, etc.

UK informal
said when you want time to go quickly because you are looking forward to something 但願週末/五點鐘等快點到! I can't wait to be finished with this project - roll on October! 我真想這個專案計劃馬上結束——恨不得十月份快點到! Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
Translations of “Roll on the weekend/five o'clock!, etc.”
in Chinese (Simplified) 但愿周末/五点钟等快点到!…
(Definition of Roll on the weekend/five o'clock!, etc. from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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