push one’s luck a) to continue doing something too long, to keep taking chances ; b) stop being a couple a boyfriend and girlfriend, for example; c) change one’s opinion, feel differently; d) face in a different direction

push one’s luck a) to continue doing something too long, to keep taking chances ; b) stop being a couple a boyfriend and girlfriend, for example; c) change one’s opinion, feel differently; d) face in a different direction

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Vijay

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B) mount, precursor
Answered 8 years ago
StuPitt

Mount precursor
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Egilde

The car company's losses continued to ________ as the product recalls drove customers away, rarely a _________ of future growth.
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