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Work Idioms

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  • To see eye to eye means to meet someone in person.
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  • A whistle blower is a person who reveals some confidential data.
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  • To work like a dog means to work very slowly.
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  • To put something on the back burner means to cook something later.
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  • To work for peanuts means to work for very little money.
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  • If you have a slave driver boss you have a very demanding and strict boss who makes you work harder and harder.
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  • To put something on ice means to postpone something for a later date.
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  • To do donkey work means you do hard and boring part of the job,
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  • To get the boot means you receive a nice pair of boots.
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  • To think outside the box means you think in a different, unconventional way.
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  • When your boss calls you on the carpet he/she invites you for lunch.
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  • If you have a lot on your plate it means you're busy and have got lots of things to deal with.
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  • To crunch the numbers means to do some calculations.
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  • If you are a clock watcher you are very punctual.
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  • If a company tests the waters it means they want to find out how well their new product will do on the market.
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  • If you fall asleep behind the wheel you fail to perform your work duties.
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  • In a win-win situation one side gains more than the other.
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  • If you do a back-breaking work it means you are a white-collar worker.
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