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know where you stand

C2 to know what your opinion or situation is: I know where I stand on this issue - I'm against the war. When we've paid all our debts we'll know where we stand.
Translations of “know where you stand”
in Chinese (Traditional) 知道自己的立場, 清楚自己的情況…
in Chinese (Simplified) 知道自己的立场, 清楚自己的情况…
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