Rushed off your feet - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
rushed off your feet
be rushed off (one's) feet
To be exceptionally busy, especially to an exhausting or exasperating degree; to be made to work very hard and very quickly. We have three parties of 40 scheduled for the dining room this evening, so all of our servers are going to be rushed off their feet. With three young kids, it's hard to remember a time when I wasn't rushed off my feet.
rushed off your feet BRITISH
If you are rushed off your feet, you are very busy. Now we have fewer staff in this department, I'm rushed off my feet. You've been rushed off your feet all day, but what have you actually achieved?
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Or, if you've been rushed off your feet
, why not have a breather and enjoy some yourself with a nice cup of tea?
3 Overworked, overtired, rushed off your feet
, stressed out, insomniac.
You're a busy, stressed nurse being rushed off your feet
and you really fancy, to keep yourself going and raise your morale, a piece of wafer-thin wood pulp.
You are sure to be rushed off your feet
with enquiries as soon as you publicise your services, either in a local newspaper or through word of mouth among the business community in your area.