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stay put

C2 to remain in the same place or position: Just stay put with the cases, while I go and find a taxi.
Translations of “stay put”
in Chinese (Traditional) 留在原地, 留在原來的位置…
in Chinese (Simplified) 呆在原地, 留在原来的位置…
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