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cast sb/sth aside/off

formal
verb uk phrasal verb with cast   /kɑːst/ us    /kæst/ (cast, cast)
to get rid of someone or something: You must cast aside all thoughts of revenge.
Translations of “cast sb/sth aside/off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 拋棄, 擺脫, 把…丟在一旁…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抛弃, 摆脱, 把…丢在一旁…
(Definition of cast sb/sth aside/off from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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