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    Our boss is not above helping out when we're busy.

    Our boss is not above helping out when we're busy.

    Does this mean "Our boss goes to the trouble to help out when we're busy"?

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    Re: Our boss is not above helping out when we're busy.

    Quote Originally Posted by LEXIS View Post
    Our boss is not above helping out when we're busy.

    Does this mean "Our boss goes to the trouble to help out when we're busy"?
    Yes, but it also means he doesn't feel that he is too superior to help out his employees when they are busy.

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