have ants in your pants Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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have ants in your pants

old-fashioned humorous
to not be able to keep still because you are very excited or worried about something
Translations of “have ants in your pants”
in Chinese (Traditional) 焦躁不安, 躍躍欲試…
in Chinese (Simplified) 焦躁不安, 跃跃欲试…
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