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the game is up

used to tell someone that you know what their secret activities or plans are and they cannot continue 事已敗露;戲該收場 Okay, you two, the game's up! Give me the cigarettes - this time I'm telling your parents. 好了,你倆,狐狸尾巴露出來了!把煙給我——這回我可要告訴你們的父母了。 Revealing secrets and becoming known
Translations of “the game is up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 事已败露, 戏该收场…
(Definition of the game is up from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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