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    Default Go out the window

    Hello all,
    what do we mean by the following idiom "Go out the window" ?

    Thanks in advance!

    BRs,

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    Default Re: Go out the window

    to no longer exist, disappear, particularly in relation to plans one has:

    I was planning a hike up Mount Kilimanjaro in summer, but that went out the window when I broke my leg.

    Everything he worked for in politics, his whole career, went out the window as soon as the scandal broke.

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    Default Re: Go out the window

    Many thanks for ur help.

    Quote Originally Posted by David L. View Post
    to no longer exist, disappear, particularly in relation to plans one has:

    I was planning a hike up Mount Kilimanjaro in summer, but that went out the window when I broke my leg.

    Everything he worked for in politics, his whole career, went out the window as soon as the scandal broke.

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