Journey in Life: "You know the drill" nghĩa là gì?

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

"You know the drill" nghĩa là gì?

Mỗi lần đi là mỗi lần dọn! Photo courtesy: curated by Gary Bridgman

"You know the drill" có "drill" là diễn tập, tập luyện = bạn biết về các sự diễn tập đó mà -> hiểu, biết cách vận hành của sự việc; quen với quy trình.

Ví dụ
The 25th installment (phần đều đặn) in the Bond series (and the fifth and final wearing of the tux for Daniel Craig) is now slated (dự kiến) to hit theaters the Friday before Thanksgiving. The plot reportedly has Bond in retirement but lured back to service when — ah, you know the drill.

More so, the electric driving range on a fully charged battery is of up to 75 km (46.6 miles). No one really expects to reach home with such fuel economy after a journey, or even go for the full 75 clicks in full electric mode – but we all know the drill: the higher the figures, the more chances to be impressed in real-world driving situations as well.

My city's public schools closures happened in March. By mid-summer, with a dearth (thiếu) of actual answers about reopening plans, parents began to suspect that schools wouldn't be reopening in the fall at all and that kids would be attending school virtually. Parents knew the drill. The kids would be home, and parents would be doing a lot of work to keep kids attentive (lưu tâm) (and awake!) and to ensure the assigned schoolwork was actually getting done and turned in.

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