WE'LL CROSS THAT BRIDGE...
WE'LL CROSS THAT BRIDGE...: meaning and examples
Today's expression is: To cross that bridge when you come to it or To cross your bridges when you come to them
Meaning: to worry about a problem when it actually happens and not before.
A: What are we going to do if our sales drop due to the crisis? Will we be able to survive?
B: We'll cross that bridge when we come to it. Don't worry now. Let's just work on increasing our sales in the meantime.
David: What if we miss the flight?
Olga: We'll cross that bridge when we come to it. Don't worry.
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