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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “be past your sell-by date”

be past your sell-by date

If someone is past their sell-by date, they are not wanted or useful any more because they are too old
因年齡太老而不再為人需要或顯得有用(sell-by date 是「保質期」。如果說某人過了這個期限,則表示某人太老,不再有用,也不再為人所用)
There's plenty of time to have a baby. I'm not past my sell-by date yet.
還有足夠的時間生孩子。我還沒有過「保質期」。
Useless and futilePeople of little importanceDescribing people who are oldThe elderly
(Definition of be past your sell-by date from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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