daily grind


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daily grind

One's daily work routine, especially when it is tiresome. I'm so thrilled to be off next week—I really need a break from the daily grind.
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daily grind

[someone's] everyday work routine. I'm getting very tired of the daily grind. When my vacation was over, I had to go back to the daily grind.
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daily grind

n. the tedious pattern of daily work. (see also rat race.) Well, it’s Monday. Time to start another week of the daily grind.
See also: daily, grind
References in classic literature ?
I plead with you," he said, "whoever you may be, provided that you care about the truth; but most of all I plead with working- man, with those to whom the evils I portray are not mere matters of sentiment, to be dallied and toyed with, and then perhaps put aside and forgotten--to whom they are the grim and relentless realities of the daily grind, the chains upon their limbs, the lash upon their backs, the iron in their souls.
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Going through the daily grind and being there for your teammates every day.
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Shockingly, one in five admit to using alcohol to help them get through the daily grind.
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The challenge of following this daily grind has led researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford to study whether an online disease management system can help keep such children healthier.
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But the 50 cents-75 cents per pound price increase coffee beans have experienced isn't likely to make people give up their daily grind.
It (CIE) allows us to focus on the business of selling cars, as opposed to the daily grind of keeping data up to date," said Ralph Goddard, Director of E-Commerce, Dimmitt Chevrolet.
Emma's an inspiration to all of us in that - while the school run, meal-times and ironing are the daily grind - we can all scrub up pretty well.
The older you get, the more troublesome the travel and daily grind becomes,'' Lawler said.
For some time, I have had the desire to pull back from the daily grind, re-examine my goals and explore some different opportunities," said Lindheim.