border-to-border

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prpeggy

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Chinese-Taiwan
I came upon this phrase on the net: "landmines planted border-to-border, rice paddy-to-rice paddy".
Does "border-to-border" mean all over the country or along the border?

Thanks for response.
 
  • SwissPete

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    Français (CH), AE (California)
    All over the country. From one border to the other, across the country.

    Similar expression: Wall-to-wall (carpeting), as seen in this image.
     

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