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drift with the tide

disapproving
to agree with other people and not make your own decisions
随波逐流;没有自己的观点
Passive and not working
Translations of “drift with the tide”
in Chinese (Traditional) 隨波逐流, 沒有自己的觀點, 人云亦云…
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