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strike out (somewhere)

phrasal verb with strike uk   us   /straɪk/ verb (struck, struck)
to ​start on a ​long or ​difficultjourney in a ​determined way: In ​heavyrain, we ​struck out ​across the ​valley. She ​struck out for the ​oppositebank.
(Definition of strike out (somewhere) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “strike out (somewhere)”
in Chinese (Simplified) 毅然出发,坚定地启程…
in Chinese (Traditional) 毅然出發,堅定地啟程…
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