TO TAKE A LONG HARD LOOK
TO TAKE A LONG HARD LOOK: meaning and examples
Hello. I hope you are doing well.
Today's expression is: to take a long hard look (at somebody or something).
It means: to think very carefully about a situation or a problem to find what is wrong or to find a better alternative.
We should take a long hard look at the way we pay our employees. I think if we add incentives, we can save money and pay our workers better.
Take a long hard look at this lesson and see if you can incorporate this expression into your English vocabulary.
Enjoy the rest of your day!