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pile on the agony

UK informal
to enjoy emphasizing how bad a situation is: Okay, I'll give you some money - just stop piling on the agony.
Translations of “pile on the agony”
in Chinese (Traditional) 大肆渲染不好的情況, 過分誇大糟糕的情形…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大肆渲染坏的情况, 过分夸大糟糕的情形…
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