English version

have/make common cause (with/against somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave/make common cause (with/against somebody)have/make common cause (with/against somebody)formalUNITE to join with other people or groups in order to oppose an enemy U.S. officials expect other Western governments to make common cause with them over the arrests. cause
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