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saving grace

noun [S]
 
 
a good quality that something or someone has which stops them from being completely bad
可取之处
The film's only/one saving grace is the excellent photography.
这部电影(唯一的/一个)可取之处就是摄影很出色。
Advantage and disadvantage
Translations of “saving grace”
in Chinese (Traditional) 可取之處…
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