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    explanation of some expressions

    im findind some difficulty in explaning some expressions like:
    -ramble off things
    -to be hauled before
    -to launch a company
    -street culture
    -to count on

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    Re: explanation of some expressions

    Welcome to the forums.

    As always, context will help. However, basically:

    Ramble off > become distracted from the matter in hand

    To be hauled before > brought in front of someone/something: He was hauled before the court to be charged with theft.

    To launch a company > to start a company.

    street culture > the customs, idioms, and behaviour of those who are disaffected from mainstream society.

    to count on > to be ably to rely on someone : I count on you to support me in my argument.

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