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sink your differences

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to forget your disagreements: Paul and Mark agreed to sink their differences and be friends.
Translations of “sink your differences”
in Chinese (Traditional) 擱置分歧, 忘卻不和…
in Chinese (Simplified) 搁置分歧, 忘却不和…
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