they believed that change is possible and voted to be part of America's future in the sentence,i don't quite understand "to be part of America's future".is" to be part of someone's future" some kind of idiom or other things?especially,"part",what does it mean?actually i know it,just i am not used to this kind of use of the word"part" here in the sentence.could you explain it better ?thank you!
Jun 15, 2010 3:51 AM
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It is neither an idiom or a part of speech. It is some form of deranged idea that people in various countries have. Actually it is an expression so void of content and designed to impress minds that are void of any intelligence.
June 15, 2010
It means the future of their economy, health system etc.
June 15, 2010
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