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lay the ghost of sth (to rest)

to finally stop being worried or upset about something that has worried or upset you for a long time: With one stunning performance, he has laid to rest the ghost of all his defeats last season.
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Translations of “lay the ghost of sth (to rest)”
in Chinese (Simplified) 终于摆脱…的困扰,终于走出…的阴影…
in Chinese (Traditional) 終於擺脫…的困擾,終於走出…的陰影…
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