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    #1

    you're weII out

    Okay, Tyriq and Jazz, you're weII out
    in front, you've got 200 points.


    what"well out " means?

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    #2

    Re: you're weII out

    Quote Originally Posted by laurinha88 View Post
    Okay, Tyriq and Jazz, you're weII out
    in front, you've got 200 points.


    what"well out " means?
    Far ahead of / leading by a large margin.

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    #3

    Re: you're weII out

    the expression for that it's "out front" or "out in front"?

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    #4

    Re: you're weII out

    Note that the division should be between well (clearly, by a wide margin) and out in front. It's not well out / in front, it's well/ out in front.

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