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    #1

    It's an ocean out there

    What does it mean? For me it sound like a phrase used to describe amounts of something. For example,
    It is an ocean full of desperate people outside the parliament protesting against salaries reduction.

    Does it sound ok to you?

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    Re: It's an ocean out there

    mm!!, i think its about the climex of the events or "the peak" , isnt it?

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    Re: It's an ocean out there

    Alex, if you are describing a crowd of people and what that crowd looks like, you might say that there is an "ocean of faces" out there.

    Steve

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