字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello everyone and welcome to E-com Business Idiom 50, where we'll go over 50 common idioms used in the business place. All of the explanations are in English, but don't worry, listen carefully and try to imagine what the idioms might mean. It may take a while, but hang in there and try hard. Is everyone ready? Let's begin. Today's idiom is: water under the bridge. Water under the bridge. Alright, so let's picture a big river and this river is so troublesome for us. We can't cross the river. It's a big problem. Then we build a bridge and now it's fine. We can go across the river and it's water under the bridge, but it's no problem. Alright, so let's listen to some examples with this image in our head. Your last project with this company was a failure. Yes, I tried my hardest but... Well, that's water under the bridge. I want you to lead this new project and show me why we hired you. Thank you so much for this second chance. I won't let you down! Alright, so he had a failure, but it's water under the bridge and he has a new chance, okay? Let's listen to the next example. I know we have argued and had our differences in the past, but we really need to put it aside for the sake of our company. Consider it water under the bridge. The company really needs us now. So, we're good? Of course we're good. Now, let's get to work! Alright, so they had some disagreements in the past, but it's gone. It's water under the bridge and now they can work together to help the company. Alright, so 'water under the bridge' is talking about something that was a problem in the past, but maybe you fixed the problem or just forgot the problem and moving forward, it's no problem. It's water under the bridge, okay? So, if you've had problems with your English studies in the past, forget about it. It's water under the bridge. Keep studying and you'll be fine. See you next time!