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Meaning of “unawares” - Learner’s Dictionary

unawares

adverb     /ˌʌnəˈweəz/
catch/take sb unawares
If something catches or takes you unawares, it happens when you do not expect it to: The rain caught me unawares and I didn't have my umbrella.Not expected or planned
Translations of “unawares”
in Chinese (Traditional) 出其不意地,意外地,冷不防地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出其不意地,意外地,冷不防地…
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