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    Question "go steady on Sth"?

    Hi there,
    Does it mean to use less of Sth?
    Is that commonly used or there's any other expression used instead?
    Thanks.

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    Re: "go steady on Sth"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrgan View Post
    Hi there,
    Does it mean to use less of Sth?
    Is that commonly used or there's any other expression used instead?
    Thanks.
    Yes, it can mean that, it would depend on the context. Another expression is "go easy on" something.

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