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teach your grandmother to suck eggs

UK disapproving
to give advice to someone about a subject that they already know more about than you 班門弄斧 Experienced
Translations of “teach your grandmother to suck eggs”
in Chinese (Simplified) 班门弄斧…
(Definition of teach your grandmother to suck eggs from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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