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eat your words

to admit that something you said before was wrong: Sam said it would never sell, but when he sees these sales figures he'll have to eat his words.
Translations of “eat your words”
in Chinese (Traditional) 承認自己說錯了話…
in Chinese (Simplified) 承认自己说错了话…
(Definition of eat your words from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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