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Meaning of “give your right arm” in the English Dictionary

"give your right arm" in British English

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give your right arm

informal If you say that you would give ​your right ​arm to do or have something, you ​mean you would like it very much: I would give my right ​arm tomeet the ​president.
(Definition of give your right arm from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “give your right arm”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不惜一切代价, (为了…)愿舍弃很多…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不惜一切代價, (為了…)願捨棄很多…
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