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(英文) to take the blame for another person's fault; to take the blame for something that one did not do; to be a scapegoat; literally: to eat a dead cat
配詞 / 用法：
(英) to make him the scapegoat; literally, to force him to eat the dead cat
(英) Obviously, it was the incompetence of our new colleague that led to this mess, but my boss made me the scapegoat, blaming me for not teaching her properly.
(英) All flights were delayed because of bad weather. In the end, flight attendants became scapegoats and had to take the heat from angry passengers.
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