down the pike
- Down the pikeSomething that is down the pike it is in the future.
The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.
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down the pike — phrasal 1. : in the course of events the greatest boxer to come down the pike in years 2. : in the future today s advances only hint at what s down the pike * * * down the pike … Useful english dictionary
down the pike — phrasal 1. in the course of events < the greatest boxer to come down the pike in years > 2. in the future < today s advances only hint at what s down the pike > … New Collegiate Dictionary
down the pike — American if an event is a particular period of time down the pike, it will not happen until that period of time has passed. Five years down the pike, they ll probably have a kid or two … New idioms dictionary
down the pike — toward us, at us, what s going down Management keeps sending complaints down the pike, and we don t send anything back! … English idioms
come down the pike — phrasal : to appear in the normal course of events the finest piece of classical music journalism to come down the pike in quite a while D.R.Martin * * * appear on the scene; come to notice * * * come down the ˈpike f7 idiom (NAmE, informal … Useful english dictionary
come down the pike — American to happen or appear. Malnourished children are liable to catch any disease that comes down the pike … New idioms dictionary
come down the pike — informal appear on the scene; come to notice. → pike … English new terms dictionary
come down the pike — verb to emerge, come up, present itself … Wiktionary
The Pike — was an amusement park and arcade near the beach south of Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach, California. Started in 1902, The Pike ran until 1979, when a long term contract with the city ran out. It was most noted for its large wooden roller coaster,… … Wikipedia
The Pike & Shot Society — The Pike and Shot Society is an international organisation promoting the study of the military history of the Renaissance and Early Modern world. For The Pike and Shot Society this period covers the years between 1400 and 1721, a time span that… … Wikipedia