dogsbody(redirected from a dogs-body)
One who completes errands for someone else, typically someone significantly more powerful or important. The word originated as a term for a junior naval officer. Primarily heard in UK. If you need anything at all, just let me know, and I'll have my dogsbody get it. I hate that I'm just a dogsbody for my boss—I mean, isn't there something more important I could be doing than running around in search of a very specific pair of black socks?
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- (one's) heart goes out to (someone)
- be left in charge (of someone or something)
- accompany (one) on a/(one's) journey
- accompany on a journey
- be put in charge (of someone or something)
- be one in the eye for
- (one) won't eat (someone)
- a stranger to (someone or something)
- be out of (one's) league
- be out of somebody's league