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    Default idiom

    To see a larger promise (in case we do not follow the rules)


    What exactly does it mean?

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    Default Re: idiom

    Do you have more context? It can mean more than one thing.

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    Default Re: idiom

    Some kids, when playing, got too attached to the rules but one of them wasnn´t like that because she always saw a larger promise.


    Could it be, see 'further??

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    She saw more opportunity/opportunities could be gained by not sticking to the rules.

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