Pay (someone) for services rendered or work done.
‘they should be remunerated fairly for their work’
‘requesting part-time staff to expand their hours and full-time staff to work remunerated overtime’ english Oct 27, 2020, 3:58 AM HirotoShishido
backlogAn accumulation of something, especially uncompleted work or matters that need to be dealt with.
‘the company took on extra staff to clear the backlog of work’
‘suspension of services will lead to a backlog of people needing care. Interrupted preventive programmes, including screening, are likely to require catch-up campaigns, such as for missed vaccinations. ‘ english Oct 27, 2020, 3:09 AM HirotoShishido
Providing supplementary or additional help and support.
‘auxiliary airport staff’
‘auxiliary services, such as basic diagnostic imaging, laboratory and blood bank services.’ english Oct 27, 2020, 2:58 AM HirotoShishido
marginThe DWDA was a citizens' initiative passed twice by Oregon voters. The first time was in a general election in November 1994 when it passed by a margin of 51% to 49%. An injunction delayed implementation of the Act until it was lifted on October 27, 1997. In November 1997, a measure was placed on the general election ballot to repeal the DWDA. Voters chose to retain the DWDA by a margin of 60% to 40%. english Oct 25, 2020, 7:37 AM HirotoShishido
beat the crap out ofTo strike or assault someone violently and severely. Chiefly informal and colloquial.
Hey, watch it, pal, or I'll beat the crap out of you!
Two guys mugged me and then beat the crap out of me last night.
‘No one’s neglected or damaged him yet. She’s wearing my shoes and someone’s beat the crap out of her.’ english Oct 18, 2020, 11:44 AM HirotoShishido
Conceited or arrogant, especially in a bold or impudent way.
‘we were young, brash, cocky—we knew everything’
‘I think you’re cocky’ english Oct 18, 2020, 11:14 AM HirotoShishido
pull a stuntto do something foolish or dangerous
‘Don't ever pull a stunt like that again!’
‘If you ever pull a stunt like that again, I will make your residency here hell on earth’ english Oct 16, 2020, 11:14 AM HirotoShishido
cornerstoneAn important quality or feature on which a particular thing depends or is based.
‘a national minimum wage remained the cornerstone of policy’
‘She leads a team to design a new extubation checklist and standardized protocol, which form the cornerstone of the QI (Quality improvement) plan. ‘ english Oct 16, 2020, 8:34 AM HirotoShishido
glass half full/emptyA person views the situation optimistically or hopefully. For example, Betty was not upset by the last-minute change, since it gave her extra time—she always sees the glass as half full. The opposite—that is, the pessimistic view—is put as the glass is half empty. english Oct 11, 2020, 12:18 PM HirotoShishido
階段を頭を下にして転落するhe fell headfirst down a flight of stairs
According to friends who witnessed the fall, the patient landed on his head but did not lose consciousness english Oct 11, 2020, 11:32 AM HirotoShishido
(喧嘩などを)先に仕掛けるdrow first blood
To be the first to gain an advantage or score against an opponent. I drew first blood in the tournament and quickly dispatched my opponent. english Oct 9, 2020, 1:32 PM HirotoShishido
savageThis word is used as internet slang when describing a shocking event or a careless attitude.
'He borrowed my car, and drove it in the house. He completely crash it, and he didn't even apologize. Savage!' english Oct 6, 2020, 8:16 PM HirotoShishido
deadAs slang, it means that something is so funny or ridiculously good it's forced you to be hyperbolic.
'yesterday we watched a movie called 'hangover' and we were laughing like crazy!We were dead!' english Oct 6, 2020, 8:13 PM HirotoShishido
saltyYou can say someone is salty when they get upset or angry over something.