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take it from me

(also take my word for it)C1 accept that what I say is ​true, because I ​know or have ​experienced it: It won't ​work - take it from me.
(Definition of take it from me from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “take it from me”
in Chinese (Simplified) 听我的吧,我说的不会错…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聽我的吧,我說的不會錯…
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