The business world is full of idioms, and today we will share some of the most popular ones with you.
“Ballpark number” is a rough estimate of what something might amount to numerically when given more information.
Example: Can you give me a ballpark number to present to my manager?
“Go the extra mile” means doing more than one is required.
Example: She’s always willing to go the extra mile to help a project that’s off schedule.
“Long shot” is something that is not likely to succeed.
Example: That’s quite a long shot. Be careful. The risk is high.
“Safe bet” is something that is certain. Almost 100% chance.
Example: I believe it is a safe bet that the current owners will not sell the house.
“Touch base” To make contact or reconnect with someone briefly.
Example: I will check that. Let’s touch base at the end of next week.
“Uphill battle” is used to describe a very difficult work or situation.
Example: Running her own business has proven to be an uphill battle.
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