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bust up

mainly US informal
phrasal verb with bust uk   us   /bʌst/ verb [T] (busted or UK also bust, busted or UK also bust )
If a relationship busts up, or the people in a relationship bust up, the relationship ends: They busted up last year.
Translations of “bust up”
in Chinese (Traditional) (激烈爭吵後)斷絶關係…
in Chinese (Simplified) (激烈争吵后)断绝关系…
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