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be no/little love lost between

If there is no/little love ​lost between two ​people, they do not like each other.
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Translations of “be no/little love lost between”
in Chinese (Simplified) (两人)彼此厌恶,互不喜欢…
in Chinese (Traditional) (兩人)彼此厭惡,互不喜歡…
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