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Translation of "break ranks" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

break ranks

to publicly show disagreement or criticism of the group that you belong to 與(同一陣營的人)意見不合;與…分道揚鑣 His medical colleagues advised him not to break ranks by talking about the hospital's problems to the newspapers. 他的醫院同事勸他不要公開表示不滿,向報紙談論醫院的問題。 Disloyalty, betrayal and treason
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