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pal around

US informal
phrasal verb with pal uk   us   /pæl/ verb (-ll-)
to spend time with someone that you are very friendly with: He used to pal around with one of the president's sons.
Translations of “pal around”
in Chinese (Traditional) 打成一片…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打得火热…
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