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hail from somewhere

formal
phrasal verb with hail uk   us   /heɪl/ verb
to come from or to have been born in a particular place: Joe originally hails from Toronto.
Translations of “hail from somewhere”
in Chinese (Traditional) 來自…, 出生於……
in Chinese (Simplified) 来自…, 出生于……
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