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put down roots

If you put down roots in a place where you have moved to live, you make new friends and join in new activities there so that you feel it is your home.
Translations of “put down roots”
in Chinese (Traditional) (在新的地方)定居開始新的生活…
in Chinese (Simplified) (在新的地方)定居开始新的生活…
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