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Meaning of ser de cajón




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ser de cajón
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"To be (something) of drawer" is a locution used when it appears an obvious fact, expected at that time, which fits perfectly even if it is not correct, but it is usual. The origin is in the word fit (such as a ' drawer '), as we talk about something that fits right in the place, time or situation.

  




Concha Utrillas Gómez

Being of cajon: to be something obvious, patent, undisputed, evident, to be something clear and not need explanation or clarification.

  



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