in one long push
'Paul researches and outlines a report first, then tries to complete the writing in one long push over a weekend.'
Is the phrase in red ( in one long push) an idiom?
Does it literally mean 'to push a button for a minute'?
or... Is it metaphorically used in this sentence and mean 'to work on something without a rest'?
Last edited by wotcha; 27-Dec-2011 at 06:59.
Re: in one long push
The second one- 'to work on something without a rest'
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