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    don't look forward to

    Does 'I don't look forward to being in debt' mean 'I don't want to be in debt'? Is it good English?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: don't look forward to

    At least; you don't want it to happen, and therefore you don't contemplate the prospect with relish [='look forward to it happening']

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