further down the road

further down the road

In the future. We can't solve every problem today, so we’ll deal with that one further down the road.
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further along/down the ˈroad

at some time in the future: There are certain to be more job losses further down the road.
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The car was driven further down the road and then abandoned.
"But until somebody comes along and asks how much you're on, you're not going to get further down the road.
Police want to talk to anyone who may have seen the incident, the Golf stopping further down the road or a man running away.
"But I thought 'not yet' - further down the road, maybe."
Further down the road, at Packington Crossroads, a slip road from the B4104 will enable Birmingham-bound traffic to join the A45.
I know it's not much further down the road, but where it is now, the pavement is narrow and the passing wagons nearly draw one into the road, not to mention the splashing when it rains.
The attack happened after speeding O'Mahoney forced Mr Haber to swerve and both drivers stopped further down the road.
But despite reports suggesting the fracas involved people in the queue outside the nightspot, a statement from the management released yesterday said the incident occurred further down the road.
There are plenty of spaces but if I had parked on double yellow's 20 yards further down the road I would not have got a fine, but would have been opposite an entry-exit opening causing problems.
"But I'm further down the road. I love to play my country.
But the truth is we're further down the road to recovery than appreciated and Gordon Brown can legitimately claim vindication for the higher spending - investment the Tories would cut - that's powering the growth.
Some parents just don't see the obvious dangers or are too idle to park further down the road and then walk back to the school gates with their children.
A win will put Aitchison further down the road to earning the club a place in the Scottish Cup for the third straight year.
Further down the road, a fire was also started at an empty house used by squatters.
The cash will be spent on a pavement to link the new upmarket Moorfield Farm housing development, on Bradshaw Road, Honley, with existing pavements further down the road towards Honley village.
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