English Idioms: I beg to differ a top-notch manager who never backed out of any agreement.
Josh: Albert is
Bill: Well; I beg to differ. You'd better wash your hands of this affair before you end up in jail.
Josh: What? Jail! Do you think I’m sticking my neck out by this partnership?
Bill: Don’t you see that you’re asking for trouble by selling smuggled cars? Are you out of your mind?
Josh: I have to. Sales have fallen off and all I can do is sitting around twiddling my thumbs. Business stinks.
Bill: You’re right. Money doesn’t grow on trees.
Top-notch: (adj) excellent; the best.
Back out of: not to do something that you had said you would do.
I beg to differ: a way of saying "I do not agree" that is polite.
Wash one’s hand of: to get out of: to refuse responsibility for.
Stick one's neck out: to expose oneself to some risk, danger, or responsibility.
Ask for trouble: to act in a way that is likely to incur problems or difficulties.
Fall off: to drop off; to decrease. Twiddle one’s thumbs: be bored or idle because one has nothing to do.
Stink: to be of extremely bad quality, to be terrible.
Money doesn’t grow on trees: it is not easy to get money.
Download the HelloTalk app to join the conversation.