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fight like cat and dog

UK informal (US fight like cats and dogs)
to have ​angryarguments all the ​time: As ​kids we used to ​fight like cat and ​dog.
(Definition of fight like cat and dog from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fight like cat and dog”
in Chinese (Simplified) 大吵大闹, 争吵不休…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大吵大鬧, 爭吵不休…
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