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Translation of "surprise, surprise" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

surprise, surprise

said when someone has done something or when something has happened in a way which you expected and which you do not approve of
(表示不贊同的事情在預料之中發生)真是意外啊
"I've forgotten my keys again." "Surprise, surprise!"
「我又忘記帶鎖匙了。」「真是意外啊!」
InterjectionsSounds used as interjectionsHabitual and customary
US said when you are telling someone about a situation in which something unexpected and pleasant has happened
(表示發生了讓人感到驚喜的事情)太讓人意外了
I asked him if he wanted to come to dinner with my parents, and surprise, surprise, he said yes!
我問他想不想跟我父母一起吃頓飯,結果真讓人意外,他竟然答應了!
Expressions of surprise
(Definition of surprise, surprise from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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