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    talk out of ....

    Hi


    It didn't really work in his favour, but he sort of talked himself of out the job.

    --- Does it mean that he "ducked out" of the job? He didn't want to do it?


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    Re: talk out of ....

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi


    It didn't really work in his favour, but he sort of talked himself of out the job.

    --- Does it mean that he "ducked out" of the job? He didn't want to do it?
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