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(To) bury the hatchet


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The phrase ‘(To) bury the hatchet’ means to forget old enmity.



Sample Usage

1. Both America and Russia are trying to bury the hatchet and start a new era of relationship.

2. If the two friends could bury the hatchet for ever, it would be beneficial to both of them.

3. After a prolonged battle, the two nations tried to bury the hatchet and decided to sort out the problems amiably.


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