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    scot-free

    " You thought you were going to run this scheme scot-free forever?"
    I understand it. But what would be a defenition?

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    Re: scot-free

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    " You thought you were going to run this scheme scot-free forever?"
    I understand it. But what would be a defenition?
    It's a strange use of "Scot-free". have a look at this definition: Cambridge Dictionary Online: Free English Dictionary and Thesaurus - Cambridge University Press - Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press

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    Re: scot-free

    Sorry. Those were two cops talking to a criminal.

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