Zheng Chen
put a bit of line through something Hey guys, could you please help explain the meaning of "put a bit of line through' in the context below? I guess it means 'to put an end to' or something likewise. Am I right? Here is the context: The head coach of the All Blacks came out and say it was unusual and bizarre. I think he is not alone in thinking that. Australian rugby union also came out, their chief said it was good to put a bit of line through this, obviously those wild accusations that were going around they were somehow involved. There were still a court case to come on this.
Feb 9, 2017 11:19 PM
Answers · 1
I've never heard this expression. And I can't quite figure it out from the context. Maybe it is an Australian expression? Wish I could be of more help.
February 10, 2017
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