Idiom – Down the road

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Down the road – Idiom of the Day for IELTS Speaking

Meaning

In the future

Example

  • I may at some point travel around the world but that’s down the road.
  • I asked my friend for some useful IELTS materials that could be useful down the road for my IELTS exam

Exercise

Match the idioms in column A with their meanings in column B.

1. steer clear of

2. hit and run    

3. down the road

4. lose track

5. travel light

a. sometime in the future

b. to no longer know what is happening, or not to remember something

c. a road accident in which the driver who caused the accident drives away without helping the other people involved and without telling the police

d. to go on a journey without taking a lot of things with you

e. not go near it because it could harm you or cause you a problem

 

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