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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “stretch your legs”

stretch your legs

to go for a walk, especially after sitting in the same position for a long time
(尤指久坐後)散散步,活動一下筋骨
The car journey took three hours, including a couple of stops to stretch our legs.
這趟車程花了三個小時,包括幾次停車活動筋骨的時間。
Walking and walkers
(Definition of stretch your legs from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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