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come between somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome between somebodycome between somebodyARGUEif something comes between two people, it causes an argument or problems between them I let my stupid pride come between us. between
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come between somebodyThe bulk of the decline in traditional families came between 1970 and 1980, with smaller decreases since then.No time lag should come between demand and supply.Westward the Hudson came between Sammler and the great Spry industries of New Jersey.A change from Krankoor to Kranko came between the 1847 and 1848 volumes, soon after Theunis's death.Yet again the business of running the hotel had come between them when they had something important to sort out.The Voice had come between them.He has come between us and ruined our lives.A true cat always comes between you and your newspaper.
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