Put off: to postpone Come up: to happen Stand in: to act on behalf of, to replace Get through: to discuss, to cover Run through: to look at, to examine - quickly Run over: last longer Call off: to cancel Run into: to experience something unexpectedly Sort out: to solve, to clear up Go back … Leggi tutto Phrasal Verbs related to business meetings
Eat humble pie: to be forced to apologize or admit one's mistake Egg someone on: to force someone to do something Gravy train: a job or any other source of income that requires little work for good pay Hot potato: a sensitive issue or problem In a nutshell: briefly; in short; in summary In the … Leggi tutto Idiomatic expressions with Food
At this stage of the game: at this time, after everything that has already been done. Game plan: strategy. In good shape: in good financial condition. Level the playing field: to make conditions fair for everyone. No sweat: no problem; it can be done very easily. Not by a long shot: not at all. Play … Leggi tutto Sports-related idioms used in business
Cough up: to give / spend money unwillingly. Lay out: to spend a lot of money. Save up: keep money for the future. Put aside: to save money for a specific purpose. Scrape by: to live on very little money. Dip into: to use a small amount of money set aside for a purpose. Pay … Leggi tutto Phrasal Verbs about money
La deliberata soppressione di una giraffa africana o di un kagu della Nuova Caledonia, nella misura in cui compromette la stessa sopravvivenza della specie, è altrettanto grave, sul piano filosofico e scientifico, dell'assassinio di un uomo, e altrettanto irreparabile dello sfregio di un quadro di Raffaello. Distrugge per sempre un pezzo di passato.