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had his work cut out ????
The following sentence is the caption under the picture of car racing.
"He had his work cut out, but charged through to a podium finish"
What does it means?
Re: had his work cut out ????
Have one’s work cut out is an idiom means: if you have your work cut out, you have something very difficult to do.
Originally Posted by njt2009
The heading seems to refer to an unique fit in a particuler car racing by a competitor who was not in happy position but he managed to move quickly ahead (charged through) and finished within top three places to get a podium. In motor racing, the term podium finish is used to refer to a top three placing.
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