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them and us

informal
used when describing disagreements or differences, especially between different social groups: If parents are encouraged to be involved in school, there is less chance of a them-and-us situation developing. The management has its own restaurant. - It's definitely a case of them and us.
(Definition of them and us from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “them and us”
in Chinese (Simplified) 他们和我们, 别人和自己人…
in Chinese (Traditional) 他們和我們, 別人和自己人…
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