English Vocabulary#1Posted on January 17, 2023 (Last modified on March 18, 2023) 2 min read • 247 words
I’d like to study English regularly to increase my vocabulary as I have more and more opportunities to give presentations and discussions in English.
= applicable, practical
as of yet
until now or a particular time in the past.
at the end of the day
back to the drawing board
To start it again from the begining.
be ahead of the curve
to be one of the first to change to a new idea or way of doing something that later becomes generally popular
call it a day
To decide to stop something or some activities.
To pay less attention to quality.
cut to the chase
- I want to cut to the chase…/ Let’s cut to the chase
Many websites have some form of hyperlink navigation as you drill down.
keep me in the loop
To ask to tell me up-to-date infomation.
e.g.) Thank you for keeping me in the loop.
reach out (to someone)
to try to communicate with a person or a group of people, usually in order to help or involve them
to improve the effectiveness of an organization such as a business or government.
Leading organizations use software to streamline their workflow.
touch base with ~
To talk to someone breifly in order to keep someone up-to-date.
I like coffee and butterflies.