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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “freeze sb out”

freeze sb out

phrasal verb with freeze /friːz/ verb (froze, frozen)
to make someone feel that they are not part of a group by being unfriendly towards them, or to stop someone from being included in an arrangement or activity
排挤,排斥(某人)
I felt I was being frozen out of/from the discussions.
我感觉他们在排挤我,不让我参加讨论。
He believed that organizations like theirs were being frozen out.
他认为他们那一类的组织被排除在外了。
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(Definition of freeze sb out from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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