IDIOM POWER: To have one’s work cut out
Definition: to be faced with a hard task, to have as much work as one can manage.
– We’re going to have our work cut out to finish this project before the deadline.
– She has her work cut out raising four young children and working full time.
– We’re training a completely new team, so we‘ve got our work cut out for us.
aroma hopes you have a good time with our English lesson today!