- down the road
- I.dismissed, fired
Disagree with the boss and you'll soon be down the road.II.in the future, in a few years
We plan to have an office in both cities - but that's down the road.
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Down the Road — may refer to: Down the Road (Manassas album) (1973) Down the Road (Larry Stewart album) (1993) Down the Road (song), a 1990 single by Mac McAnally from his 1990 album Simple Life, later covered by Kenny Chesney (as a duet with McAnally) on… … Wikipedia
Down The Road — Album par Manassas Sortie 1973 Enregistrement 1973 Genre(s) blues, bluegrass, rock Label Atco … Wikipédia en Français
Down the Road — Album par Manassas Sortie 1973 Enregistrement 1973 Genre blues, bluegrass, rock Label Atco … Wikipédia en Français
down the road — 1. if an event is a particular period of time down the road, it will not happen until that period has passed. This is a wonderful invention, but a marketable product is several years down the road yet. 2. if you say that something will happen… … New idioms dictionary
down the road — informal 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 … English dictionary
down the road — adverb Further along, in terms of time or progress. They decided to save money by using the cheapest components available, but down the road they ran into problems with reliability. Syn: down the line, down the track … Wiktionary
down the road — adj, adv British dismissed, rejected. An item of work ing class slang. ► I want him down the road as soon as possible. (Recorded, labouring gang leader, Lon don, 1992) … Contemporary slang
down the road — phrasal in or into the future … New Collegiate Dictionary