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do a roaring trade

informal
to sell a lot of goods very quickly
生意兴隆
It was a hot sunny day and the ice-cream sellers were doing a roaring trade.
天又热,日头又毒,那些卖冰激凌的生意好极了。
Starting, succeeding and failing in business
Translations of “do a roaring trade”
in Chinese (Traditional) 生意興隆…
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