bring back down to earth


bring back down to earth
bring (someone) (back) down to earth come (back) down to earth (with a bang/bump/jolt) - to have to start dealing with the unpleasant or boring things that happen every day after a period of excitement and enjoyment.

I had a huge pile of work waiting for me on my desk so that brought me back down to earth.


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  • bring someone down to earth — bring (someone) (back) down to earth come (back) down to earth (with a bang/bump/jolt) to have to start dealing with the unpleasant or boring things that happen every day after a period of excitement and enjoyment. I had a huge pile of work… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bring someone back down to earth — bring (someone) (back) down to earth come (back) down to earth (with a bang/bump/jolt) to have to start dealing with the unpleasant or boring things that happen every day after a period of excitement and enjoyment. I had a huge pile of work… …   New idioms dictionary

  • bring someone back down to earth (with a bump) — phrase to make someone suddenly remember the real situation or things that they have to do, after they have been so happy or excited that they forgot Losing the match brought them back down to earth with a bump. Thesaurus: to make someone feel… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring (or come) back (down) to earth — cause to return (or return) to reality. → earth …   English new terms dictionary

  • bring somebody (back) down to earth (with a bang) — come back/down to ˈearth (with a ˈbang/ˈbump) | bring sb (back) down to ˈearth (with a ˈbang/ˈbump) idiom (informal) to return, or to make sb return, to a normal way of thinking or behaving after a time when they have been very excited, not very… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring somebody (back) down to earth (with a bump) — come back/down to ˈearth (with a ˈbang/ˈbump) | bring sb (back) down to ˈearth (with a ˈbang/ˈbump) idiom (informal) to return, or to make sb return, to a normal way of thinking or behaving after a time when they have been very excited, not very… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bring down to earth — bring (someone) (back) down to earth come (back) down to earth (with a bang/bump/jolt) to have to start dealing with the unpleasant or boring things that happen every day after a period of excitement and enjoyment. I had a huge pile of work… …   New idioms dictionary

  • Down to Earth (comics) — Down to Earth Cover of Wonder Woman: Down to Earth  (2004).Art by Greg Land. Publisher DC Comics …   Wikipedia

  • Down to Earth (Wonder Woman) — Infobox comics story arc title=Down to Earth imagesize= caption= publisher = DC Comics date= October 2003 to March 2004 titles= Wonder Woman vol. 2, #195 200 notable=y main char team =Wonder Woman, Veronica Cale, Doctor Psycho, Silver Swan… …   Wikipedia

  • come down to earth (with a bang) — come back/down to ˈearth (with a ˈbang/ˈbump) | bring sb (back) down to ˈearth (with a ˈbang/ˈbump) idiom (informal) to return, or to make sb return, to a normal way of thinking or behaving after a time when they have been very excited, not very… …   Useful english dictionary