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pull a stunt

informal
to do something silly and dangerous: What did you want to pull a stupid stunt like that for?
Translations of “pull a stunt”
in Chinese (Traditional) 做愚蠢冒險的事,逞能…
in Chinese (Simplified) 做愚蠢冒险的事,逞能…
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