How do you use come to terms in a sentence?

How do you use come to terms in a sentence?

I had to come to terms with my present salary. My mother’s religion helped her to come to terms with my father’s death. The union and the company have come to terms on a new contract.

What does I’m hanging in there mean?

phrase. If you tell someone to hang in there or to hang on in there, you are encouraging them to keep trying to do something and not to give up even though it might be difficult. [informal] Hang in there and you never know what is achievable.

What is a synonym for full plate?

What is another word for having a full plate?

busy occupied
enthusiastic head over heels
snowed under dedicated
keen dutiful
preoccupied with engrossed in

What is an example of a full plate?

A schedule or workload that is filled to capacity with obligations, tasks, or problems. I’d love to help you but I have a full plate right now. The new president is certainly going to have a full plate when he gets into office.

What is the size of full plate?

Different types of crockery & their sizes

S.no Name Size
1. Quarter Plate 15cm D
2. Half Plate 20 cm D
3. Full Plate 25cm D
4. Soup bowl 250ml

What is in your plate?

While it could literally mean that you’ve just overfilled your plate at dinner… I’ve got a lot on my plate. It figuratively has another meaning. It means that I have a lot going on in my life right now, maybe even too much.

What does on my plate mean today?

to have something, usually a large amount of important work, to deal with: She has a lot on her plate – especially with two new projects starting this week. The aid agencies have (more than) enough on their plate without having unnecessary visitors to take care of.

Can I take something off your plate?

Can I take something off your plate?” That’s a polite and empathetic way of offering to do something without seeming threatening. You don’t want to steal a job or a responsibility from that other person. It’s not an insult.

Has a lot on his plate meaning?

Have a great deal (or too much) to cope with, as in What with the new baby and the new house, they have a lot on their plate, or I can’t take that on now; I’ve got too much on my plate already. This expression transfers a loaded or overloaded dinner plate to other activities. [

When someone has a lot on their plate?

have a lot on (one’s) plate To have a large or excessive amount of things to do or deal with.

What to say when someone has a lot going on?

Ideas to consider include:

  1. “Thank you for all you do for us, but now is a time to take care of yourself as well.”
  2. “I’m proud of you.”
  3. “I hate that you’re going through this, but I know that you’ve got this.”
  4. “Remember when you were there for me?
  5. “Here’s how we’re going to take care of your work while you’re away.”

What to tell someone that has a lot going on?

‘Can you tell me more about what’s going on for you?’ ‘If you want to tell me more, I’m here to listen’ ‘It sounds like you’re dealing with a lot at the moment’ ‘I’m really sorry to hear that you’re feeling like this right now’