down the road


down the road
phrasal
: in or into the future

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down the road (chiefly N American)
In the future
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Main Entry:road

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down the road informal phrase
used for talking about the future and what may happen

Two years down the road, you might feel very differently.

It’s a decision that may well have an impact further down the road.

Thesaurus: at an unspecified time in the futuresynonym
Main entry: road

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informal in the future

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down the road
: in or into the future

We don't know what the situation will be like a month/year down the road.

They hope to expand the business somewhere down the road. [=at some time in the future]

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Main Entry:road

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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