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Judgment Day

noun [C usually singular] uk   us   (also the Day of Judgment)
the time when some people believe the world will end and all the dead people will come back to life so that God can judge how everyone behaved when they were alive
Translations of “Judgment Day”
in Chinese (Traditional) (上帝對人類的)最後審判日, 世界末日…
in Chinese (Simplified) (上帝对人类的)最后审判日, 世界末日…
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