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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “snap to it”

snap to it

UK (US snap it up) informal
used to tell someone to do something more quickly
趕快,快做
We're leaving in five minutes so you'd better snap to it and finish your breakfast.
我們五分鐘以後就走,所以你最好快點吃完早飯。
Expressions telling people to hurry up
(Definition of snap to it from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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