when you see to many things / not legwork

Baltic Sea

Banned
Polish
Hello again!

I would like to ask what you call the activity of trying to see to / attend to / deal with many things when you are on the move and you do a lot of walking to many various offices or shops.

I know that "legwork" has got nothing to do with what I am asking about.

Thank you.
 
  • ><FISH'>

    Senior Member
    British English
    Can you be more specific? I know Polish has more words in relation to travel than English. Maybe the Polish forum could better assist with their understanding.
     

    Baltic Sea

    Banned
    Polish
    I do not mean travel. I want to say that when you are engaged in many activities during the day, you do a lot of walking. In other words, you do a lot of walking as a result of being engaged in many activities to deal with many issues, matters.
     

    gandolfo

    Senior Member
    English-British
    you could say running around/rushed off my feet/

    "I've been running around all day"
    "I've been rushed off my feet all day"
    'I haven't stopped all day'
    :)
     
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