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Pull your finger out

English Meaning 1

Hurry up / Do it faster (only used when we speak English)

English Example 1

“Susie, the meeting’s started, come on, pull your finger out”

English Meaning 2

Work faster, harder (Learn English tip: we use this when we speak English when we are annoyed)

English Example 2

“Look Ben, you’ve got one more month trial here but I have to tell you, so far we’re not impressed, if you don’t pull your finger out we won’t be continuing your contract.”


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