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love-hate relationship

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlove-hate relationshipˌlove-ˈhate reˌlationship noun [countable usually singular]  if you have a love-hate relationship with someone or something, sometimes you really like or love them, and sometimes you really dislike or hate themlove-hate relationship with her love-hate relationship with professional golf
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love-hate relationshipHis love-hate relationship with reporters made headlines, especially when he came to blows with a columnist in a nightclub.It won self-rule two decades ago after a long love-hate relationship as a legal ward of the federal government.Graham Gooch, with whom Gower seems locked in a strange love-hate relationship, is three years older than the boy David.
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