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from A to B

Definition of from A to B in English:

From one’s starting point to one’s destination: most road atlases will get you from A to B
More example sentences
  • The drivers are not concentrating and just going from A to B to distribute the goods.
  • She said: ‘People will still be able to get from A to B - it may just take them that bit longer.’
  • We need to put all the other things to one side and get from A to B safely at the appropriate speed.
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