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have been around the ridges

Australian English
If you have been around the ridges, you have a lot of experience.
Translations of “have been around the ridges”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有豐富的經驗…
in Chinese (Simplified) 如果你曾到屋脊上去看过,那么你就有很多经验。…
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