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idioms involving bush
Of an inferior class or group
We don't compete with ABC Corp. for customers; it has always been a bush-league operation.
A bird in hand is worth two in the bush
One thing you have already taken is worth more than two things you might take
Let's accept this small order now instead of waiting for the larger promised order; a bird in hand is worth two in the bush.
It's midnight and I'm bushed, so let's review the numbers in the morning.
Beat the bushes
To try very hard to achieve something
The sales team has been beating the bushes to come up with new customers but haven't had much luck.
Beat around the bush
To speak vaguely and indirectly
Stop beating around the bush, Kazu-san, and tell me about the explosion in the lab.