love-hate relationship


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love-hate relationship

[ˈlʌvˌheɪtrɪˈleɪʃnʃɪp] nrapporto m amore-odio inv
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Yankelevich unabashedly evokes his personal peccadilloes, his love-hate relationship with language, and the immortal setting of a bar in this compilation of poems and other short works.
One reflection of the love-hate relationship is a certain feeling of inferiority and even shame before the West, what may be called auto-Orientalism in the Edward Said sense of the concept.
It would be a hilarious moment after their love-hate relationship.
Fiercely protected by Aurora throughout childhood, Emma's love-hate relationship with her mother sours when she marries wishy-washy college teacher Flap (Jeff Daniels).
"For the previous 10 years, I'd served as a priest with a love-hate relationship with the church.
Football fans had a love-hate relationship with ex-Blues midfielder Savage, who once held the record for the most yellow cards collected by a Premiership player.
I was taught in my graduate class that journalists and public relations (PR) professionals share a love-hate relationship. I experienced the validity of this statement when I myself worked as a public relations professional in various capacities in India and dealt with journalists.
"MPs enjoy an intimate, often toxic, love-hate relationship with journalism.
JOE PERRY PROJECT LG Arena, Birmingham HIS love-hate relationship with Steve Tyler temporarily on hold pending the Download festival return of Aerosmith, guitar hero Joe Perry was itching to play live.
Gascoigne, a brilliant footballer whose career was marred by alcohol, has endured a love-hate relationship with the British public.
And he says Strachan's love-hate relationship with Celtic fans can't compare to his Coventry hell.
And, yes, he has a love-hate relationship with the Press.