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the purse strings

the spending of money by a family, company or country 開支,花費 A recent survey showed that in 53% of families, women hold (= control) the purse strings. 最近一項調查顯示,在53%的家庭裡,由女人掌管開支。 Savings, interest and capital
Translations of “the purse strings”
in Chinese (Simplified) 开支,花费…
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