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make mischief

old-fashioned
to intentionally say or do something that causes other people to be upset or annoyed with each other: My children often try to make mischief between me and my new husband.
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Translations of “make mischief”
in Chinese (Simplified) 搬弄是非,挑拔离间,制造不和…
in Chinese (Traditional) 搬弄是非,挑撥離間,製造不和…
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