(英文) literally "to stay around the fireplace with family and friends, usually having hotpot or barbecue"; usually used to refer to a group of people who form exclusive small cliques and ignore other people (especially their criticisms)
配詞 / 用法：
(英) to keep warm by surrounding the stove together
(英) There's nothing I like better in the winter than to sit around the stove with my family for a hot, hearty meal.
(英) Forming exclusive groups online gets you nowhere; you would only hear comments from people who agree with you.
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