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    #1

    down the track = down the road

    Are the followings the same to mean " in the future"?

    - down the road

    - down the track

    - down the line


    one more I wonder is how to put to mean "in the very immediate future" by using " down the road"?


    Thank you in advance.

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    #2

    Re: down the track = down the road

    Quote Originally Posted by paris 06 View Post
    Are the followings the same to mean " in the future"?

    - down the road

    - down the track

    - down the line
    Yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by paris 06 View Post
    one more I wonder is how to put to mean "in the very immediate future" by using " down the road"?
    Thank you in advance.
    not far down the line

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