day of reckoning Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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day of reckoningnoun [S]

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a time when the effect of a past mistake is experienced or when a crime is punished
Translations of “day of reckoning”
in Chinese (Traditional) 報應之時, (罪行)算帳之日…
in Chinese (Simplified) 报应之时, (罪行)算账之日…
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