down the road

down the road

Meaning:
– at a future point or end
– in the future, in a few years
– dismissed, fired

Examples:
1. Somewhere down the road I think he’ll make it big.
2. I was asked to gather statistical data that could be useful down the road.
3. Why worry about something that’s 90 years down the road?
4. We have an idea to develop a talking book, but a marketable product is a long way down the road.
5. Economists see higher interest rates down the road.
6. Disagree with the boss and you’ll soon be down the road.

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