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Many people in New Zealand workplaces use sayings and expressions when they speak. Sometimes they are expressions that are commonly used in Kiwi English, sometimes they are specific to a particular workplace. When your manager uses an expression that you don't understand, you could ask him to explain what it means. For example you could say, "I'm sorry but I don't know what 'on the back burner' means. Could you please explain it to me?"
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