Значение идиомы cross a bridge before one comes to it

[cross a bridge before one comes to it] {v. phr.} To worry about future events or trouble before they happen. – Usually used in negative sentences, often as a proverb.

“Can I be a soldier when I grow up, Mother?” asked Johnny. “Don’t cross that bridge until you come to it,” said his mother.

Compare: BORROW TROUBLE.


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