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    Idiom: Throws off

    I hear some people say "it throws me off". Could someone tell me what this idiom means? Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Idiom: Throws off

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaye44
    I hear some people say "it throws me off". Could someone tell me what this idiom means? Thanks in advance!
    It gets me thinking differently, distracts me, confuses me.



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    Re: Idiom: Throws off

    Hey Marylin, thank you so much for the response. Now I can use this idiom with confidence.

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    Re: Idiom: Throws off

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaye44
    Hey Marylin, thank you so much for the response. Now I can use this idiom with confidence.
    You are very welcome. Kids do indeed use that phrase a lot!

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