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    Idiomatic expression

    Do you know the meaning of the phrase "gears and flywheels"?
    Thanks and best regards,
    Joy Ost


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    Post Re: Idiomatic expression

    Do you know the meaning of "gears and flywheels" as an idiomatic expression?

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    Re: Idiomatic expression

    It's not something I've heard before and most of the examples are literal, but here's an example of it being used idiomatically:
    http://monger.net/pipermail/dreamboa...er/001628.html
    Does it mean that they had to struggle through the 'machine' of the industry? That's the closest I can get.

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