IDIOM OF THE DAY
To be back in harness. To be back in harness means to resume work after a holiday. Examples.
1. After her holiday, our lovely friend Amulya is back in harness. (She is back to work or to her normal activities).
2. My holiday is over and I am back in harness.
It is your turn to make your own sentences with this idiom. Doing this will help print it in your mind and you will appropriate it and incorporate it into your functional vocabulary.
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if you are interested in the last idiom it is our pleasure to give it to you.
Last idiom: To keep abreast of (or with)