Idiom: 'Get your ducts in a row'

What does 'Get your ducts in a row' mean?


This idiom  is a term from mechanical engineering and specifically referring to the importance of lining up air ducts if one expects the air conditioning and heating system to function properly.

This is an alternative version and explanation for the idiom Get your ducks in a row.

Contributor: Robert King

Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used

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