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English definition of “go against the flow”

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go against the flow

to do or say the opposite of what most people are doing or saying: With this new book, she is going against the flow.
Translations of “go against the flow”
in Chinese (Traditional) 逆流而動,與主流背道而馳…
in Chinese (Simplified) 逆流而动,与主流背道而驰…
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