Highway ramp


See exit ramp


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    noun phrase A perilous policy, procedure, etc: Nixon remained skeptical of Kissinger’s high-wire act in Vietnam [1970s+; fr high wire, an 1880s term for the funambulist’s high tightrope] A risky job or operation, as in The university press is not allowed to either make or lose money—that’s a high-wire act. This expression alludes to the […]

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