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    breathe a lot easier

    dear teachers, please explain, i don't have the context of this , but it might have some figurative uses whish you can provide for me. atfer some bad occurrence he'll breathe a lot easier;




    thanks


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    Re: breathe a lot easier

    Quote Originally Posted by lalda222 View Post
    dear teachers, please explain, i don't have the context of this , but it might have some figurative uses whish you can provide for me. atfer some bad occurrence he'll breathe a lot easier;

    thanks
    Hey Lalda,

    What's cookin'?

    It means "he'll be relieved, he'll be less tense, he'll be more relaxed after some bad thing is over and done with.

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