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spit it out

infmltell me what you ​want to say without ​waiting any ​longer: Come on, spit it out – I can't do anything if you don't ​tell me what's going on.
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spit it out!

informal used to ​tell someone to ​startspeaking or to ​speak more ​quickly, when they are ​unwilling to ​speak or are ​speakingslowly: Come on, spit it out, who told you about this?
(Definition of spit it out! from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “spit it out!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 有什么尽管说出来!爽快点吧!…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有甚麽儘管說出來!爽快點吧!…
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