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the scales fall from sb's eyes

literary
If the scales fall from your eyes, you suddenly know and understand the truth. (某人)恍然大悟,頓時看清真相 Understanding and comprehending
Translations of “the scales fall from sb's eyes”
in Chinese (Simplified) (某人)恍然大悟,顿时看清真相…
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