English version

fetch and carry

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfetch and carryfetch and carryWORK HARDto do simple and boring jobs for someone as if you were their servant Am I supposed to fetch and carry for him all day? fetch
Examples from the Corpus
fetch and carryShe has a positive knack of getting one to fetch and carry.Some one had to go round with the coals, wash up, sweep, scrub, polish, fetch and carry.The two girls' job was to clear the table between courses, fetch and carry dishes.
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