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never-never land

noun [U] uk   /ˌnev.əˈnev.əˌlænd/ us    /-ɚˈnev.ɚ-/
an imaginary place where everything is pleasant or perfect in a way that is impossible to achieve in real life: If he thinks we can get this done by next week, he's living in never-never land.
Translations of “never-never land”
in Chinese (Traditional) 世外桃源,理想樂土…
in Chinese (Simplified) 世外桃源,理想乐土…
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