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suddenly

adverb     /ˈsʌd.ən.li/
quickly and unexpectedly 突然;猛地,驟然 "Do you remember much about the accident?" "No, it all happened so suddenly." 「你還記得事故是怎麼回事嗎?」「不記得了,事情發生得太突然。」 I was just dozing off to sleep when suddenly I heard a scream from outside. 我正昏昏欲睡的時候,突然聽到外面一聲尖叫。 I suddenly realised what I'd said, but it was too late. 我突然意識到自己說了甚麼,不過為時已晚。 Not expected or planned
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