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patch sth up

phrasal verb with patch /pætʃ/ verb
to try to improve a relationship after there have been problems 彌合(關係),和解 Jackie and Bill are still trying to patch up their marriage. 傑基和比爾仍在設法修補他們的婚姻。 Did you manage to patch things up with Jackie after your row? 你們爭吵過後,你有沒有設法和傑基言歸於好? Making things betterBecoming better
to repair something, especially in a basic and temporary way 修理;(尤指)臨時草草修補 Correcting and mendingEditing and compiling
(Definition of patch sth up from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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