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string sb along

phrasal verb with string uk   /strɪŋ/  us   /strɪŋ/ verb [T] (strung, strung)
to deceive someone for a long time about what you are really intending to do: She's been promising to pay back the money for six months, but I think she's just stringing me along. He strung her along for years, saying he'd marry her and divorce his wife.
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