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water under the bridge

problems that someone has had in the past that they do not worry about because they happened a long time ago and cannot now be changed 已成往事,不可改變的既成事實 Yes, we did have our disagreements but that's water under the bridge now. 是的,我們確實曾經不和,但那已是陳年往事了。 In the past
Translations of “water under the bridge”
in Chinese (Simplified) 已成往事,不可改变的既成事实…
(Definition of water under the bridge from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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