English version

along/down the road

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalong/down the roadalong/down the roadin the future, especially at a later stage in a process You can always upgrade a bit further down the road if you want. Somewhere down the road, they’re going to clash. road
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along/down the roadLily shot a quick horrified look up and down the road.No car had come down the road for a while.How far down the road of cutbacks do bank management want to go?Well, we want to let you know that a new church is opening just down the road from you.There's a nice place down the road.At one spot along the road, a lone flower escaped the flames that poured through the Three Bar Wildlife Area.
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