Draw a Line Under It

What does Draw a Line Under It mean?

Draw a Line Under It
To bring a situation to a close.

Example

"Andrew Mitchell should be allowed to draw a line under it and move on"

Often used in political circles, draw a line under it means to bring a situation to a close, especially a situation the speaker finds uncomfortable.

Credit: contributed by Anon on 24-Sep-2012.

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