Translation: from english

raise O s back

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  • raise your hackles — raise (your) hackles to annoy someone. Jim could raise her hackles quickly, but she enjoyed being with him anyway. Related vocabulary: make your hair stand on end Etymology: based on the literal meaning of hackles (= the hairs on the back of a… …   New idioms dictionary

  • raise hackles — raise (your) hackles to annoy someone. Jim could raise her hackles quickly, but she enjoyed being with him anyway. Related vocabulary: make your hair stand on end Etymology: based on the literal meaning of hackles (= the hairs on the back of a… …   New idioms dictionary

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