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This tag is for questions about how to use a particular phrase. If your question is a request for a phrase to use, you should use the "phrase-request" tag.

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There's an allegorical saying that goes like this: To live in a bubble It means "to live in an isolated environment, usually of your own choice". Hence "to break out of the bubble" in your case …
answered Sep 5 '18 by Dr Sitecore
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There are two distinct possibilities: I took my umbrella in case it might rain I took my umbrella just in case "just in case" is a stock phrase, it means "in the event that something (usual …
answered Aug 14 '18 by Dr Sitecore
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The expression is "to fall short of doing something". You tried your best but fell short of achieving your goal. I don't know what you mean by "showing your proper requirement".
answered Aug 22 '18 by Dr Sitecore