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put down roots

If you put down roots in a place where you have moved to live, you make new friends and join in new activities there so that you feel it is your home.
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"put down roots" in American English

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put down roots

to feel that you belong in a place: Very quickly, settlers in Oregon built towns and put down roots.
(Definition of put down roots from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “put down roots”
in Chinese (Simplified) (在新的地方)定居开始新的生活…
in Chinese (Traditional) (在新的地方)定居開始新的生活…
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