put one's shoulder to the wheel

put one's shoulder to the wheel

it's time to stop talking and start putting your shoulder to the wheel

Syn:
get (down) to work, apply oneself, set to work, buckle down, roll up one's sleeves; work hard, be diligent, be industrious, exert oneself

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  • put one's shoulder to the wheel — ► put one s shoulder to the wheel set to work vigorously. Main Entry: ↑shoulder …   English terms dictionary

  • put one's shoulder to the wheel — GET (DOWN) TO WORK, apply oneself, set to work, buckle down, roll up one s sleeves; work hard, be diligent, be industrious, exert oneself. → shoulder * * * put one s shoulder to the wheel To set to work in earnest • • • Main Entry: ↑shoulder put… …   Useful english dictionary

  • put one's shoulder to the wheel — {v. phr.} To make a great effort yourself or with others; try hard; cooperate. * /The effort to get a new high school succeeded because everyone put his shoulder to the wheel./ * /The company was failing in business until a new manager put his… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put one's shoulder to the wheel — {v. phr.} To make a great effort yourself or with others; try hard; cooperate. * /The effort to get a new high school succeeded because everyone put his shoulder to the wheel./ * /The company was failing in business until a new manager put his… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put\ one's\ shoulder\ to\ the\ wheel — v. phr. To make a great effort yourself or with others; try hard; cooperate. The effort to get a new high school succeeded because everyone put his shoulder to the wheel. The company was failing in business until a new manager put his shoulder to …   Словарь американских идиом

  • put one's shoulder to the wheel — verb To work or exert oneself heavily or with full effort. When he got to law school he knew hed have to put his shoulder to the wheel to succeed …   Wiktionary

  • put one's shoulder to the wheel — set to work vigorously. → shoulder …   English new terms dictionary

  • put one's shoulder to the wheel — lend a hand, help out, assist …   English contemporary dictionary

  • put one's shoulder to the wheel — Render assistance, lend a hand, help …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • shoulder to the wheel — See: PUT ONE S SHOULDER TO THE WHEEL …   Dictionary of American idioms

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