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    #1

    I have a question

    Dear ELS teacher,
    I recently saw this sentence in a news paper. Please tell me the meaning.
    "Loaded for the bar. Vice President Jack Cheny accepts a rifle from NRA President ........" What does "loaded for the bar" mean?
    Puzzled in Japan, YOSHIHITO

  1. #2

    Re: I have a question

    To me that means nothing, and could be an America saying. I have never heard that in the UK

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    #3

    Re: I have a question

    Thank you for the support!
    Yoshihito

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