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    idioms

    Dear Sirs,
    How can this idiom "way out of line" be defined ?
    Thanks in advance.
    Oksana Karida

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    Re: idioms

    "Young girl, get out of my mind. My love for you is way out of line."

    Sorry, I couldn't resist. This line taken from a popular song, that comes up to my mind when reading your post.

    It means that something is inappropriate and not acceptable. It's not reasonable to put up with.

    The prices are so way out of line that I'm not willing to buy that one.


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