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    Talking take a walk

    What is the meaning of following idioms: (1) To take a walk (eg. If they are not willing to co-operate, let them take a walk); (2) Faustian Bargain.

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    Re: take a walk

    hi,
    take a walk= used to tell somebody to go away when you are angry with them
    madox

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