Definition

(I don't want to see you) for a while!: (I don't want to see you) during a period of time! idiom
  • "Bob also said that even though we have some printing problems, which he anticipates will last for a while, he will be here to wish Horatio a "happy birthday", in person."
  • "We haven't really spent time with each other for a while."
  • "Would you mind driving for a while?"
  • "Well I was trying "The Tissue Diet" for a while."
  • "I have big plans for him. Among other things, I'd like Brian to shadow Philip Cheeter for a while before Philip's winter sales trips begin in earnest."

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