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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “fan the flames”

fan the flames

to make a dangerous or unpleasant mood or situation worse
煽風點火,蠱惑人心
His speeches fanned the flames of racial tension.
他的演說激化了種族間的緊張關係。
Deteriorating and making worse
(Definition of fan the flames from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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