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    Question To have to play out of someone's skins

    Hi there,
    I was wondering if someone could help by explaining this phrasal which might have something to do with sports, but unfortunately I haven't been able so far to find any meaning of it.
    "to have to play out of someone's skins".
    Thanks in advance.
    Reklov

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    Re: To have to play out of someone's skins

    Quote Originally Posted by reklov
    Hi there,
    I was wondering if someone could help by explaining this phrasal which might have something to do with sports, but unfortunately I haven't been able so far to find any meaning of it.
    "to have to play out of someone's skins".
    Thanks in advance.
    Reklov
    To play as well as possible, and probably better than ever.
    "You will be playing against Ronaldinho next saturday, so you'll have to play out of your skin."


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    Thanks Vladimir,
    you have been a great help.
    Cheers, Reklov.

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