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Translation of "a political football" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

a political football

a problem that politicians from different parties argue about and try to use in order to get an advantage for themselves 政治足球(各黨派政治家爭論,並試圖利用之以獲取好處的問題) We don't want the immigration issue to become a political football. 我們不想讓移民問題成為政治足球。 Politics
Translations of “a political football”
in Chinese (Simplified) 政治足球(各党派政治家争论并试图利用以获取好处的问题)…
(Definition of a political football from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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