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"strike an attitude" in British English

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strike an attitude

formal to ​holdyourbody in a way that ​suggests a ​particularquality or ​feeling: He ​struck an attitude ofoffendeddignity and ​marched out of the ​room.
(Definition of strike an attitude from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “strike an attitude”
in Chinese (Simplified) 摆出某种姿态…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擺出某種姿態…
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