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    Is this sentence an idiom?
    "I drive away from you" .
    it means I quit you,I think.is it true?

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    Default Re: I drive away from you

    Quote Originally Posted by HSH1985 View Post
    Is this sentence an idiom?
    "I drive away from you" .
    it means I quit you,I think.is it true?
    It could be considered an idiom although I have never heard/read it. Where/when did you see/hear it?

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    Default Re: I drive away from you

    I heard it in a movie,
    and I was cierious to know it is an idiom or is said because the person was in the car.
    thank you

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    Default Re: I drive away from you

    It doesn't sound very natural to me.

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    Default Re: I drive away from you

    Quote Originally Posted by HSH1985 View Post
    I heard it in a movie,
    and I was cierious to know it is an idiom or is said because the person was in the car.
    thank you
    Well, since they were in a car, and they, I assume, actually drove away, it would be a safe bet to assume that the phrase is literal.

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