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(英文) used to criticise or to tease someone who has a long history of frequent mischief, but is absurdly proud of having done something decent for once or of a transient pause of his streak of malevolence; literally: just for once one does not steal a chicken, one becomes the head of the clan
(英) The two of the brothers are always fighting. The older one visited his mother in the retirement home merely once a year, and self righteously, took it upon himself to call his brother an ingrate.
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