Heavy-lifting



noun, Informal.
1.
hard work:
A team of researchers did the heavy lifting for the author.

noun phrase

The hardest work: Baker reckons that he has done most of the heavy lifting, whereas it is his friend who got first prize/ It’s going to be some really heavy lifting (1990s+)

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