英語で仕事〈work〉に関することわざ6選

執筆者 | 2022年09月15日 | TOEIC, ビジネス英語, 英会話

仕事 ことわざ 英語

『Work』を使ったイディオムを知っていると、ネイティブスピーカーがよく使うので、相手の会話をより理解することができ、本当に便利です。

Knowing idioms with work can be really useful, because native speakers use them a lot, so it can help you understand their conversation much more.

Get the sack

Get out of a rut

Run of the mill

Up-and-coming

He has his work cut out

Pull out all the stops

  • The girl got the sack because she was often late for work. (We sometimes use “sack” as a regular verb, but it’s more common to use the idiom, “get the sack” to mean someone has their employment terminated.)

  • She had been in a rut at work for three months. (She felt her work was very boring, and uninteresting.)

  • Sometimes his job was interesting, but mostly it was a lot of run of the mill tasks.(run of the mill means boring and routine.)

  • She had been in the company for only two months, but her boss saw that she was an up-and-coming business woman. (She was becoming more and more successful in her work.)

  • He had his work cut out to finish the research and presentation by the end of next week. (When you have your work cut out, it means it will be difficult to achieve, because it is difficult or there is too much to do.)

  • Her boss told her the presentation would be very important, so she pulled out all the stops and produced an excellent presentation. (When you pull out all the stops, you make a great effort to do something.)

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