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make a killing

informal
to earn a lot of money in a short time and with little effort: They made a killing with the sale of their London house.
Translations of “make a killing”
in Chinese (Traditional) (短時間內輕易地)獲得暴利,發大財…
in Chinese (Simplified) (短时间内轻易地)获得暴利,发大财…
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