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Translation of "go/swim with the tide" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

go/swim with the tide

to follow what everyone else is doing 趕潮流;隨大流 I thought I'd just swim with the tide and leave when everyone else does. 我想我會隨大流,像別人一樣離開。 Custom, tradition and conformity
Translations of “go/swim with the tide”
in Chinese (Simplified) 赶潮流, 随大流…
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