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    Question meaning of an idiom or phrase.

    Hi

    What is the meaning of the phrase "filters out dogs"?


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    Re: meaning of an idiom or phrase.

    It doesn't mean anything beyond the literal meaning. That is that whatever is being referred to acts as a barrier to prevent dogs from entering.

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    Re: meaning of an idiom or phrase.

    I imagine, on a dating site, that the phrase "Not interested in one-night stands" on a lady's profile might filter out a few dogs as well.

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    Re: meaning of an idiom or phrase.

    Alldaisy, please give us the complete sentence in which you found this phrase, and the source.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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