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the wrong/other side of the tracks

a part of a town that is considered poor and dangerous 貧民區(城鎮中被視爲貧困和危險的區域) Her boyfriend came from the wrong side of the tracks. 她的男朋友來自貧民區。 Areas in towns and cities
Translations of “the wrong/other side of the tracks”
in Chinese (Simplified) 贫民区(城镇中被视为贫困和危险的区域)…
(Definition of the wrong/other side of the tracks from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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