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clean up your act

to start to obey certain laws or generally accepted standards of behaviour: You're going to have to clean up your act if you're serious about keeping your job.
Translations of “clean up your act”
in Chinese (Traditional) 改邪歸正, 開始遵紀守法…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改邪归正, 开始遵纪守法…
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