Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 1 month ago

What is the meaning of the sentence?

You won't get sick as far as keeping your safety intact.

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  • 1 month ago
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    It doesn't make sense. More context is required.

    I might guess that it means: safety measures meet the required standards (like in a factory). But you could get sick, just like anyone else, from other things.

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  • RP
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    1 month ago

    This doesn't make sense to me as it, but I wonder if the intent is to indicate sickness can be prevented by pursuing safety. In this context, safety would seem to mean health and/or well being. I think it would be better to use: Sickness is unlikely if safety is kept in tact.

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