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Translation of "strut your stuff" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

strut your stuff

informal mainly humorous to dance in a confident and usually sexually exciting way, especially trying to be noticed by other people (尤指為引起他人注意)賣弄地跳舞 Hey baby, why don't you get out on the floor and strut your stuff? 嘿,寶貝,你為甚麼不下舞池露一手? Dance and choreography in generalSexual attractionAttractive informal to show your abilities 顯露身手;賣弄本領 Wimbledon is the opportunity for all the world's best tennis players to strut their stuff. 溫布頓網球公開賽是全世界頂尖網球選手大展身手的好機會。 Attention-seeking, distracting and showing off
Translations of “strut your stuff”
in Russian танцевать…
in Turkish dans etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指为引起他人注意)卖弄地跳舞, 显露身手, 卖弄本领…
in Polish tańczyć (na pokaz)…
(Definition of strut your stuff from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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