March 9, 2006

in limbo

Posted in verb at 12:30 pm by Feng

in limbo — In a condition of oblivion or neglect [dict]

(From BBC news) A foreign company, based in the United Arab Emirates, proposes to take over a UK-based company on controlling the US ports operations. However, because of the security concerns, “the deal is currently in limbo while the US conducts a review”.

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