Este é o segundo post sobre o mundo dos esportes. O primeiro foi publicado aqui. So, let’s resume our sports idioms.
1. to choke – to be suddenly unable to do something, due to pressure and stress.
I spent hours preparing my presentation but when I got in front of the executives I choked.
2. to drop the ball – to fail to complete one’s responsibilities
You were expect to water my plants while I was way on my vacation but you didn’t. You really dropped the ball.
3. a good sport – an agreeable person
My dad is such a good sport. Whenever my nephew asks him to play with him he says yes.
4. to play by the rules – to conduct yourself ethically
At every company you work, you have to play by the rules.
5. to start the ball rolling – to begin something
We have a lot to do so we’d better start the ball rolling.
6. team player – a person who works well with others
In order to get ahead in life you have to be cooperative and learn to be a teamplayer.
7. ballpark – approximate
Can you give me a ballpark price on what a new compact car costs?
8. to be batting a thousand – to be extremely successful
Mike could never get a date but now that he’s working out he’s been batting a thousand.
9. to roll with the punches – to accept something unpleasant without fighting back
We all know the boss is mean to everyone but we have to roll with the punches, after all he’s retiring in two weeks.
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