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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “save the day”

save the day

to do something that prevents a likely defeat or failure
轉危爲安,扭轉頹勢
Newcastle seemed to be heading for disaster until a late goal saved the day.
新堡隊似乎就要陷入絕境,直到後來憑藉一顆進球才扭轉頹勢。
Making things betterBecoming betterRestoring and reviving
(Definition of save the day from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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