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    have really a lot of work vs inundated

    "Our design organizations have really a lot of work to do" If I were in the business talks, I would change "have really a lot of work to do" to "inundated with work" or "deluged with work". What do you think?

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    Re: have really a lot of work vs inundated

    [QUOTE=ostap77;666385]"Our design organizations have really a lot of work to do" If I were in the business talks, I would change "have really a lot of work to do" to "inundated with work" or "deluged with work". What do you think?[/QUOT
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