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    Red face Push it to the limit, Push the Envelope

    I don't understand the two phrases. Do they mean the same? What do they mean?


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    Re: Push it to the limit, Push the Envelope

    To push the envelope - to attempt to extend the current limits of performance. To innovate, or go beyond commonly accepted boundaries.


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    Re: Push it to the limit, Push the Envelope

    Push it to the limit mean the same or no? Thank you for first reply!


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    Re: Push it to the limit, Push the Envelope

    Yes, you could say it is the same.

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