come back/home to roost translation to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "come back/home to roost" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

come back/home to roost

to return to cause problems
回報到自己身上,得到惡報
All his earlier mistakes are coming home to roost.
他早些時候犯的那些錯誤都在都報應到他自己身上了。
Causing difficulties for oneself or othersCausing anxiety and worryMaking people sad, shocked and upset
Translations of “come back/home to roost”
in Chinese (Simplified) 回报到自己身上,得到恶报…
(Definition of come back/home to roost from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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