Rail Against the Ma­chine (reɪl əɡɛnst θə mæʃiːn), n.

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To be un­able to flag down a minibus or taxi be­cause the sidewalk is sport­ing rail­ings on ei­ther side as far as the eye can see. “Late again?” “It’s not my fault I couldn’t get a cab. I’m just rail­ing against the ma­chine!”

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