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180

noun [C usually singular] uk   us   /ˌwʌnˈeɪ.t̬i/ US informal
a sudden change from a particular opinion, decision, or plan to an opposite one: Jack's done a 180 and agreed to come on the trip.
Translations of “180”
in Chinese (Traditional) 180 度大轉變…
in Chinese (Simplified) 180 度大转变…
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