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My husband and my mother had a good relationship before we were married. But since our wedding two years ago, he complains about her nonstop while pointing out ways that I am like her. My brothers feed into it too. feed into itはどのような意味でしょうか?よろしくお願いします

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"feed into it" 「それに追い打ちをかける」でしょう。 夫は義母に対する不満を常に口にすると同時に、話者がいかに義母に似ているか指摘してきます。そして話者の兄弟も(それに追い打ちをかけるように)ネタを送り込んでくる(入れ知恵をする)のです。

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