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5 years, 8 months ago
I've met the phrase in this
Never peg the needle on your spending meter.
After some research I found '
What is the meaning of the phrase “moving the needle”?' here. Now the original phrase I encountered is somewhat clear.
Could you help say the same thing in another way so that I can understand the phrase as a whole? May be some equivalent saying?
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