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Out to do business, [B]or out for a scrap[/B]?

 
 
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Reply Thu 22 Nov, 2007 02:41 am
Tittle of an Article: Out to do business, or out for a scrap?

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What does "out for a scrap" mean in this context?
Does it mean "for a fight"?
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Reply Thu 22 Nov, 2007 03:01 am
pretty much, yes. "prepared for a fight" or "ready to fight".
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