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- verb idiomatic To make an
irreversible decisionor to take an action with consequences.
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Refers to Julius Caesar's crossing of the Rubicon River to wage civil war with Rome, on January 10, 49 BC, in violation of law. This act is also the origin of the phrase the die is cast.
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