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  1. keannu's Avatar
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    in three days...

    As I know, "in" always means "after" in the future, so does this "in" refer to "after" like after "full three days" or "within" like even one or two days?

    gu18)We all need clean, fresh water. Without it, we would die in three days...

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    Re: in three days...

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    As I know, "in" always means "after" in the future, so does this "in" refer to "after" like after "full three days" or "within" like even one or two days?

    gu18)We all need clean, fresh water. Without it, we would die in three days...
    "after"

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