July 15, 2016

make heavy weather of

Posted in Uncategorized at 1:16 pm by Feng

Make heavy weather of something or doing something – to find something hard to do and spend a lot of time on it, although it is not difficult [cambridgedict]

I just came across this idiom while reading a book. Here is an example: “He makes such heavy weather of writing that paper”. Note that this is a British idiom.

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