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blow hot and cold

to sometimes like or be interested in something or someone and sometimes not, so people are confused about how you really feel: He's been blowing hot and cold about the trip to Brazil.
(Definition of blow hot and cold from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “blow hot and cold”
in Chinese (Simplified) 冷热无常, 反复无常, 摇摆不定…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忽冷忽熱, 反覆無常, 搖擺不定…
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