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    head off? in two day's time?

    and what she wanted more than anything in the world was to be able to head off to London with Libby in two day's time,....

    1. head off=?

    2.in two day's time=?

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    Re: head off? in two day's time?

    "Head off" = "take a trip to".

    "In two days time" = "in two days".

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    Re: head off? in two day's time?

    Can I omit time?
    I think in two days that I can understand the sentence.But the author wrote a sentence like this adding a time, I don't understand.

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    Re: head off? in two day's time?

    It is just an expression.

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    Re: head off? in two day's time?

    No meaning?

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    Re: head off? in two day's time?

    It means "in two days".

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