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  • Alright, welcome back to Weekly Words. My name is Alisha, and today we're going to


  • talk about body idioms. Yeah! Let’s start.


  • Back to backis the first one. ‘Back to backmeans one right after another.

    一つ目は『Back to back』。『Back to back』は次々にという意味。

  • In a sentence; “I have two meetings back to back today, I am so busy”.


  • The next idiom iscan't stomach’. Nice job, stomach.

    続いて『can't stomach』。いいですね、お腹。

  • Can't stomachmeans that you don't like something. Used to refer to food or just

    『can't stomach』は好きではないという意味。食べ物や

  • something that's gross. Something that's really gross. “I can't stomach the thought


  • of eating that old pie.” “I can't stomach the thought of working with that guy another


  • day, he's terrible. Stevens!”


  • Next phrase iseyes are bigger than one's stomach’.

    続いてのフレーズは『eyes are bigger than one's stomach』

  • When you're at the supermarket, or when you're at a restaurant and you see a picture


  • of food, or you see a food item in front of you, and you think to yourself, “That looks


  • really good. I'm going to get that/I'm going to buy that.” Then it comes to you


  • and you realize you can't eat it all. This is the phrase that we use; “My eyes were


  • bigger than my stomach. I saw it and it looked delicious, but I can’t put all of that food


  • in my stomach”. “I ordered a blooming onion one time and I couldn't eat it all.


  • My eyes were bigger than my stomach.”


  • Next is ‘a pain in the neck’. A pain in the neck. There are a few other

    次は『a pain in the neck』。首の痛み、

  • variations on other body parts that you might be able to use with this, ‘a pain in the…’

    身体の他のパーツを使ったバージョンもいくつかありますよ、『a pain in the…』って。

  • something else. ‘Pain in the neckis something that's troublesome, or something

    『pain in the neck』は厄介なことや

  • that you don't want to have to worry about. Something that bothers you, that's trouble.


  • In a sentence, “I have so many reports that I need to catch up on this week, it's a


  • real pain in the neck”. That's a true story actually; I have to write a bunch of


  • reports today.


  • Topull one's own weightis the next one.

    次は『pull one's own weight』ですね。

  • To pull your weightmeans to do the job that you're assigned to do. You have

    『pull one's own weight』はあなたが担当している仕事をすること。

  • something that you need to be responsible for, so you need to make sure you do it.


  • In a sentence, “Steven didn't pull his weight at the meeting last week. I'm afraid


  • we're going to have to let him go”. “Pull your weight Stevens! You're bringing us


  • down.”


  • The next is the end. This was body idioms this week, so try out a few of these and we'll


  • see you again next time for more fun stuff. Bye!


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身体にまつわるイディオム(Weekly English Words with Alisha - Body Idioms)

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