how's X going? - Present Perfect Vocabulary call it a day
- to stop working at something; to leave a job; finish a relationship, i.e.
- We've been working for eight hours. Let's call it a day and go home.
- (Informal) very tired, i.e.
in charge of
- I've just done a thirty-five kilometre walk for charity. I'm completely knackered.
- to be responsible for something, i.e.
- He's in charge of transport at the factory.
- Johnny, you're in charge while I'm gone. Look after your brother and sister.
- to be made redundant (lose your job because the company no longer needs you), i.e.
piece of cake
- The company laid off a hundred workers this week to cut costs.
- something was very easy to do, i.e.
(a) pain in the neck/*ass
- The exam was a piece of cake.
- something, someone is very annoying and causing problems, i.e.
- I can't come to the beach, I've got to clean the car and go shopping with my parents. It's a real pain in the ass.
- She's always asking to borrow things. She's a real pain in the neck.
= backside / bottom (possibly offensive)