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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…
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