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alienate

verb [T] (NOT WELCOME) 不受歡迎     /ˈeɪ.li.ə.neɪt/
to make someone feel that they are different and do not belong to a group 使格格不入;使疏遠 Disagreements can alienate teenagers from their families. 家庭爭吵會使青少年跟家人產生感情裂痕。 Excluding
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