Business English Business Jargon: To jump through hoops
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Definition:

To do everything that is necessary to achieve a goal.

Example Dialogue:

A: He is a demanding boss. He really has me jumping through hoops.
B: I agree that he is demanding, but he’s fair. I am sure that he appreciates all of the things that you are doing to make the department look good.

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6 years, 10 months ago by hadeel # 1188
it is strange expression but strong
thx

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