That’s a bit of a stretch: That’s a little exaggerated, that’s a slight exaggeration. idiom. It’s a bit of a stretch to say that every U.S. retailer carries Delavigne perfumes. Everyone knows it’s an exaggeration.
Moreover, what does it mean by a long stretch?
“Long stretch” has a double meaning: first, in the physical sense, it means it’s not a long way. It is also commonly used to refer to a logical leap: “given this, it’s not a long stretch to assume that”.
Secondly, is a bit of a stretch?
A mild exaggeration beyond the truth or what is likely the case. I’m not too fond of taxes either, but it’s a bit of a stretch to claim they are the cause of all our problems.
What does stretch you out mean?
To extend one’s arms and legs as far as they will go.
: the final straight part of a racecourse before the finish line the horses are in the (final) stretch —often used figuratively She’s in the final stretch.
It just means there are many, many, many more elements or facts or ideas, etc. to consider. The stated part doesn’t come close to the reality – not by a long stretch. Last edited: Jun 23, 2020.
What is another word for long period of time?
|long run||long haul|
|distant future||long duration|
|long period||long term|