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    20 cents on the dollar

    Can anyone help me to translate this sentence:

    I weigh it off on 20 cents on the dollar.

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    Re: 20 cents on the dollar

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuca View Post
    Can anyone help me to translate this sentence:

    I weigh it off on 20 cents on the dollar.
    Please allow me take a wild guess.
    I think it could probably mean...

    I weigh the value of it as 20 cents on the dollar.
    I consider the value of it as 20 cents on the dollar.

    Please do not trust my interpretation....
    I'd like you to wait for native speakers to respond.

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