Get your hands dirty,catch some Z’s,deep pockets,just off the boat,pig out

1. get your hands dirty— to involve yourself in all parts of a job, including the parts that are unpleasant.     亲自动手

egUnlike other bosses, he’s not afraid to get his hands dirty.

2. catch some Z’s —to get some sleep. (In comic books, Zs are used to show that someone is sleeping or snoring.
小睡一下

eg. I need to catch some Z’s before I go on my trip.

I’m going to catch some Z’s before the party tonight.

3. deep pockets— if an organization or a person has deep pockets, they have a lot of money.
财力雄厚

eg. Her boyfriend has deep pockets.

4. just off the boat– to be newly immigrated and perhaps gullible and naïve and inexperienced.
新人一枚

eg. Don’t lie to me, I’m not just off the boat.

5. pig out—eat much food or overeat.
大吃特吃

eg. When was the last time you pigged out? / I love to pig out on ice cream.

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