Used to indicate that an idea, scheme, or proposal has been unsuccessful and that a new one must be devised: the government must go back to the drawing board and review the whole issue of youth training
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The developers must now go back to the drawing board in relation to this second phase of their project.
- The regulations must be sent back to the drawing board and revised to conform to the real world.
- York Council expects to send developers back to the drawing board over their proposals for the city's Barbican Centre.
Definición de back to the drawing board en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.