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be meant for each other

If you say two people are meant for each other, you think they suit each other as romantic partners.
Translations of “be meant for each other”
in Chinese (Traditional) 天造地設,是天生的一對…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天生相配,是天生的一对…
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