Definition of Have one's work cut out for one

1. Verb. (idiomatic) To face a large task or project. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Have One's Work Cut Out For One

have one's eye on
have one's finger on the pulse
have one's fingers in many pies
have one's hand out
have one's hands full
have one's hands tied
have one's heart set on
have one's money's worth
have one's name on it
have one's name taken
have one's number on it
have one's wits about one
have one's work cut out for one
have other fish to fry
have reason
have second thoughts
have seen better days
have seen one's day
have serious designs
have someone's back
have someone's guts for garters
have someone's hide
have someone's number
have someone by the short hairs
have someone going
have someone on

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