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spread your wings

to use your abilities for the first time in your life to do new and exciting things: She'd been working for the same company for 15 years and it was time to leave and spread her wings.
(Definition of spread your wings from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “spread your wings”
in Chinese (Simplified) 展翅高飞, 初试身手…
in Chinese (Traditional) 展翅高飛, 初試身手…
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