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all expenses paid

If something is all expenses paid, it means that you do not have to pay for anything yourself: She's going on a trip to New York, all expenses paid. an all expenses paid trip to New York
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Translations of “all expenses paid”
in Chinese (Simplified) 一切费用已付的, 别人支付的, 免费的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一切費用已付的, 別人支付的, 免費的…
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