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Down The Line

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Joined 2017-02-10

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Hello guys,

The most common way in which I understand this American expression is ‘at a later time/date’. The reason I give it this meaning is because in BE (at least in Australia) ‘down the track’ is used in this way - eg:

‘I fixed it for now, but it might still break sometime down the track.’
‘I didn’t see him to-day, but we’ll catch up down the line.’

 

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