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    idiomatic

    What is the meaning of an idiom:' get our ducks in a row? '
    : ' think on your feet?'

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    Re: idiomatic

    "Get your/our ducks in a row can mean "get the facts straight" or "get things organized in support of a plan".

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    Re: idiomatic

    You have asked both of these questions, along with a third, in another thread. Please don't duplicate questions. I am closing this thread.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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