too much like hard work Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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too much like hard work

If you say that an activity is too much like hard work, you do not want to do because it needs a lot of effort: I don't like gardening - it's too much like hard work.
Translations of “too much like hard work”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不願意做的吃力工作…
in Chinese (Simplified) 太像苦力活了…
(Definition of too much like hard work from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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