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for the hell of it

informal
If you do something for the hell of it, you do it without having any ​particularpurpose or ​wish, but usually for ​enjoyment: I didn't ​know what I ​wanted to do, so I ​drove my ​van round ​Europe, just for the hell of it.
(Definition of for the hell of it from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “for the hell of it”
in Chinese (Simplified) 仅仅为了好玩,只是取乐而已…
in Chinese (Traditional) 僅僅為了好玩,只是取樂而已…
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