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  1. Bushwhacker's Avatar
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    Cool Out from

    If we say "Seven days out from retirement", are we meaning that retirement will be after seven days, that we have to wait seven days before retiring?
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    Re: Out from

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    If we say "Seven days out from retirement", are we meaning that retirement will be after seven days, that we have to wait seven days before retiring?
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    It is not very clear, it's an unusual thing to say, in BrE at least.


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    Re: Out from

    Also in Am. English. A bit better might be "seven days from retirement."

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    Cool Re: Out from

    Thank You for the answers. It's the way I've found it. Anyway, could be understood as this sense?

    Thanks again

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