English version

drop a bombshell

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrop a bombshelldrop a bombshellinformalSHOCK to suddenly tell someone a shocking piece of news Finally she dropped the bombshell. She was pregnant and I was the father. drop
Examples from the Corpus
drop a bombshellThen, one day in May, Kathleen dropped a bombshell.
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