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Out of debt, out of danger

This page is about the saying "Out of debt, out of danger".

Possible interpretation: When we no longer owe money to anyone, we are safe and secure. The implication is that it is dangerous to owe anyone.

Note: debt (noun) = something (for example, money) that is owed or due | out of debt (adj.) = no longer owing money to someone else | danger (noun) = situation that could cause harm or injury; unsafe | out of danger (adj.) = no longer in danger; in a safe situation

Quick Quiz:

According to the saying "Out of debt, out of danger", it's best to owe money to

a. a bank

b. the government

c. nobody

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Contributor: Josef Essberger