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109, 2015

Throw in The Towel – Sports Idioms

Have you ever felt the urge to throw in the towel after a particularly difficult day at the office? Such feelings may creep up if you feel as though you’ve taken on more responsibility than you can handle in the hopes of getting a promotion. There is also a sense of frustration over not […]

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2608, 2015

In the Same Boat-Travel Idioms

A critical piece of successful business communication is developing the ability to ask for things in a direct manner, without giving the impression of being condescending or demonstrative. As someone who is looking to refine their speech by speaking with an American accent, you may find yourself thinking that you must impress your listener […]

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1708, 2015

Off the Beaten Track -Travel Idioms

In today’s idiom post we are going to examining the meaning and origin of the phrase “Off the beaten track.” A common variant of this phrase is “off the beaten path”, but they have identical meanings. Occasionally this phrase is used within a conversation to refer to the conversation itself and how it has […]

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