Too much like hard work
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British pronunciation/tˈuː mʌtʃ lˈaɪk hˈɑːd wˈɜːk/
American pronunciation/tˈuː mʌtʃ lˈaɪk hˈɑːɹd wˈɜːk/
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(of an activity) too time consuming or requiring a lot of effort to be done or completed

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What is the origin of the idiom "too much like hard work" and when to use it?

The origin of the idiom "too much like hard work" lies in the common understanding that certain tasks or activities require significant effort and exertion. It is used to convey the idea that a particular task or activity is excessively difficult or requires a substantial amount of effort. The idiom is informal in nature and is commonly used in everyday conversations to express the sentiment that the perceived effort outweighs the perceived benefit or reward.

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