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to crown it all

UK informal used to say that something is the ​worst thing to ​happen in a ​series of ​unpleasantevents: I had ​lost my ​ticket, was ​soaked to the ​skin, and, to crown it all, ​discovered that my ​purse had been ​stolen.
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Translations of “to crown it all”
in Chinese (Simplified) 最糟糕的是…
in Chinese (Traditional) 最糟糕的是…
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