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sweep the board

to win everything that is available: Australia swept the board in the swimming, with gold medals in every race.
Translations of “sweep the board”
in Chinese (Traditional) 囊括全部獎項,大獲全勝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 囊括全部奖项,大获全胜…
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