go down that road

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go down that road

To pursue a particular course of action. Surgery could correct your fracture, but before we go down that road, let's see how much the cast helps.
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o Our intent was to imply the hope and progress that is part of going down that road to recovery.
But France has no intention of going down that road.
I'm not going down that road because to me it's a personal decision,'' he told the paper.
31)A priest happened to be going down that road but when he saw him, he passed by on the other side.
Fed-up fans will stage another protest before the crucial Ewood Park clash and Lambert (left) said : "I don't know why the fans are going down that road - it doesn't help anybody.
But Cooley has put them on notice that they are going to have to convince a judge of that notion if they keep going down that road.
Scotland's top Catholic, Cardinal Thomas Winning, had previously warned the Prime Minister against going down that road.
Time Warner isn't even going down that road right now, worrying about that kind of regulation.