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be wedded to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe wedded to somethingbe wedded to somethingto believe strongly in a particular idea or way of doing things On the whole the working class is still wedded to the Labour Party. wedded
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be wedded to somethingThis is a big problem, and we're not wedded to any one solution.The Republicans were wedded to conservative fiscal views that stressed the importance of balancing the budget and cutting taxes.At the same time, Mr Stowers denies that he is wedded to technology stocks.
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