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    [Got Spoilers] What did Aegon say? [GoT Spoilers]

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    ...and those who come after them. For as long as___breath?



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5CtBnerZS8&t=182s
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    Re: [Got Spoilers] What did Aegon say? [GoT Spoilers]

    ... for as long as men draw breath.

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    Re: [Got Spoilers] What did Aegon say? [GoT Spoilers]

    I've never heard draw followed by breath. It means as long as men are alive right?

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    Re: [Got Spoilers] What did Aegon say? [GoT Spoilers]

    In this context, yes.

    More generally, draw breath means 'breathe (in)'. You're going to notice it next time you hear this collocation.

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    Re: [Got Spoilers] What did Aegon say? [GoT Spoilers]

    Quote Originally Posted by Disckstuckinfan View Post
    I've never heard draw followed by breath. It means as long as men are alive right?
    It is used. It is not an informal usage.

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