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come-on line

noun [C] uk   us   US informal (UK chat-up line)
a remark that someone makes to another person to make their sexual interest known to that person and start a conversation
Translations of “come-on line”
in Chinese (Traditional) 搭訕的話…
in Chinese (Simplified) 搭讪的话…
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