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    Hi everybody;

    suppose tow friends does'nt speak to each other .so my question is:what we call them we say they are .......

    I mean an expression which is used in this condition (opposit of "to compromise with sb").


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1364
    Hi everybody;

    suppose tow friends does'nt speak to each other .so my question is:what we call them we say they are .......

    I mean an expression which is used in this condition (opposit of "to compromise with sb").


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    I would say they are on non-talking terms with each other.

    This is when they really don't speak to each other because of their differences.

    or perhaps:

    They both clammed up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marylin
    I would say they are on non-talking terms with each other.

    This is when they really don't speak to each other because of their differences.

    or perhaps:

    They both clammed up.

    thanks alot dear marylin

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