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the rights and wrongs

the details of who or what is fair or unfair: I don't care about the rights and wrongs of the matter - I just want you both to stop arguing.
Translations of “the rights and wrongs”
in Chinese (Traditional) 是非曲直的真實情況, 孰是孰非…
in Chinese (Simplified) 是非曲直的真实情况, 孰是孰非…
(Definition of the rights and wrongs from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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