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what/whatever sb says goes

used to ​mean that you have to do what someone says: It was Helen's ​idea and what Helen says goes.
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Translations of “what/whatever sb says goes”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不管(某人)说什么,都要按其说的去做…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不管(某人)說甚麼,都要按其說的去做…
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