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    Default idiomatic expressions

    Hi! good day! and happy thanks giving day!, i just wanted to ask about this commonly hears idiomatic expression "you draw the back" and "draw back". What does it mean though? Thank you in advance.

    Robert

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    Default Re: idiomatic expressions

    Robert, I have never heard 'you draw the back', but a 'drawback' is not really an idiom, it is just an informal word for a 'disadvantage': 'One of the drawbacks to learning English is that it has so many irregularities'.

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