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Meaning of “murky/uncharted waters” in the English Dictionary

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murky/uncharted waters

a ​situation that is not well ​known and may be ​dangerous: In the last two ​chapters of the ​book, she enters the ​murkywaters of ​malesexuality. After the Wall Street ​crash, the American ​economy moved intounchartedwaters.
(Definition of murky/uncharted waters from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “murky/uncharted waters”
in Chinese (Simplified) 陌生的领域, 可能会有危险的情况…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陌生的領域, 可能會有危險的情況…
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