Thursday 19 April 2007

Phrase of the Day 67: 'a loose end'

"to be at a loose end"

definition: if you are at a loose end, you have spare time but don't know what to do with it.

(nevìdìt, co s casem, nemít nic na práci)

examples: "If you are at a loose end on Saturday evening come to my concert"

"Today, I have no work, nothing to do at all. I am really at a loose end"

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