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    #11
    It could mean unemployed or it could mean commuting or commute time between two consecutive jobs in the same day.


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    This is a good reviewing class, I almost get confused again. Is there any medical supplements that can make learning etched in my memory? 8)


    Quote Originally Posted by MW
    It could mean unemployed or
    I'm not between jobs.

    Quote Originally Posted by MW
    it could mean commuting or commute time between two consecutive jobs in the same day.
    I teach dancing. I am a part-time actress. I am also a part-time translator. I am in between jobs.


    Am I on the right track?


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    Am I on the right track? Are you a train?

    Oh, another idiom! Yes you are!


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