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I would give anything/a lot

(also I would give my right arm)
used to say that you would like to have or to do something very much: I'd give anything to ​see the Taj Mahal. Janice would give her ​rightarm for a ​house like that.
(Definition of I would give anything/a lot from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “I would give anything/a lot”
in Chinese (Simplified) 愿意付出一切(得到某物或做某事)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 願意付出一切(得到某物或做某事)…
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