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range against/with sth/sb

phrasal verb with range uk   us   /reɪndʒ/ verb
to join together as a group to oppose/support a particular idea, plan, or group: Politicians from all parties are ranged against the new law. She ranged herself with my opponents.
Translations of “range against/with sth/sb”
in Chinese (Traditional) 加入反對/支援…的行列, 聯合起來反對/支援……
in Chinese (Simplified) 加入反对/支持…的行列, 联合起来反对/支持……
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