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If you “hook up” with someone, it means you have casual sex.

10.) Birds of a feather As the saying goes, birds of a feather flock together.

They had been in a long-year relationship and had two kids before they decided to split up MEANING: to become friends again after an argumente.g.

My neighbors had a big argument last week, but they've made up now.

9.) The honeymoon is over Romance can be short-lived.

This figurative idiom can be applied to marriages and honeymoons, but it typically refers to a brief period of bliss or cooperation between two groups or individuals that is now over.

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