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    Smile Say in other words

    Hi, dear experts. Could you say in other words the underlined in the following:

    "Give yourself the opportunity to experience this kind of intense relationship on a more permanent basis."

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    Re: Say in other words

    Possibly 'steadily'?


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    Re: Say in other words

    It depends on 'what is being offered', how this continuation of 'an intense relationship' will happen. Can you give more detail so that the most suitable wording can be chosen? There's a lot of difference between referring to marriage, and leasing a luxury car!

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