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    its move marks bolder phase?

    Hi, I just have a question, I don't understand the following sentence:
    "The supermarket move marks bolder phase of its expansion in China"
    How can I say it with other words?
    Thanks

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    Re: its move marks bolder phase?

    It should be, "...marks a bolder phase..."

    It means that the move the supermarket has just made shows that this phase of its expansion is more bold than any of their previous phases.

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    Re: its move marks bolder phase?

    Quote Originally Posted by mykwyner View Post
    It should be, "...marks a bolder phase..."

    It means that the move the supermarket has just made shows that this phase of its expansion is more bold than any of their previous phases.
    And does bold mean better , stronger?

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    Re: its move marks bolder phase?

    It means stronger, but taking more risks.

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    Re: its move marks bolder phase?

    Quote Originally Posted by mykwyner View Post
    It means stronger, but taking more risks.
    thanks

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