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    Be down for/entered for?

    my question is about BE DOWN FOR
    In a sentence: I'm down for a place at medical school.
    the definition i found is "entered for" but i dont get the meaning thoroughly.
    thanks for all the help

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    Re: Be down for/entered for?

    Quote Originally Posted by English70 View Post
    my question is about BE DOWN FOR
    In a sentence: I'm down for a place at medical school.
    the definition i found is "entered for" but i dont get the meaning thoroughly.
    thanks for all the help
    "I am down for" or "I have put myself down for" mean "I have made an application for".

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