Idiom of the day : (03 Nov 2017)

✔ work your socks off | work your tail off



■ Meaning:

If you work your socks off, or work your tail off, you work very hard.

■ For example:

  • We had to get the job finished by Friday, so we worked our socks off to get it done on time.
  • The sales team worked their tails off this quarter, and they’ve managed to beat the record for first-quarter sales figures