Can You Translate These Office Slang Words?

Do you work in an office? Could you survive in this environment? See if you can translate 12 office slang words.
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Question 1/12

sur-sys.com
If someone says 'Loop Me,' what do they want you to do?
Have their back.
Remind them of something.
Include them in conversations.
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Question 2/12

healthyshakeoutlet.co.uk
If someone tells you to 'Move the Needle,' they mean....
Make some sort of progress.
Change your approach.
Finish a project.
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Question 3/12

slidesharecdn.com
You have an idea, and someone asks you to 'Use Case.' What do they want you to do?
Put your idea into action.
Explain the idea in the appropriate context.
Let go of your idea because it's bad.
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Question 4/12

blogspot.com
If you're 'Circling the Wagons,' you are...
Being unproductive.
Discussing something that few care about.
Just about finished with the project.
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Question 5/12

ddmcdn.com
If you're 'Drinking Your Own Champagne,' you are...
Using your own product.
Complimenting your own work.
Getting ahead of yourself.
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Question 6/12

etiquettepage.com
What is a 'Cubicle Farm?'
A room filled with cubicles.
Where office workers are trained.
Where you share a cubicle.
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Question 7/12

startswithabang.com
If you are 'Boiling the Ocean,' you are...
Making your bosses angry.
Arguing with customers.
Doing something that seems impossible.
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Question 8/12

mindtreatstudios.com
What is 'Blue Sky Thinking?'
Unrealistic Optimism
Determination to Succeed
Seeking a Promotion
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Question 9/12

blogcdn.com
If you 'Land and Expand,' you are...
Expanding on what you've sold to a customer.
Advancing in your career.
Changing office policies.
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Question 10/12

amazonaws.com
If you 'Hammer it Out,' you are....
Arguing Heatedly
Typing Something
Debating Calmly
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Question 11/12

shopsmith-media.com
To 'Drill Down' is to....
Focus more on a project.
Go into more detail.
Work Overtime
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Question 12/12

ergoemacs.org
What is 'Whitespace?'
Spaces in a document.
Free time during the workday.
Potential sales to existing clients.
Result
A 'High Level View' is a vague description, and that's the most anyone can expect from you when it comes to translating office slang. You didn't get many right, but maybe you can ace it the next time.

C+, High Level View

linkedinprofilebooster.com
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'Low Hanging Fruit' is an easily attainable accomplishment. You got enough right to make it through a day at the office, but you did not ace office slang translation.

B+, Low Hanging Fruit

theasbc.org
Right!
You probably already know that a 'Deep Dive' is a more detailed analysis of the issue. That is exactly what you can provide since you've aced this office slang quiz. Great work!

A+, Deep Dive

edgymix.com
Right!
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1
If someone says 'Loop Me,' what do they want you to do?
Have their back.
Remind them of something.
Include them in conversations.
2
If someone tells you to 'Move the Needle,' they mean....
Make some sort of progress.
Change your approach.
Finish a project.
3
You have an idea, and someone asks you to 'Use Case.' What do they want you to do?
Put your idea into action.
Explain the idea in the appropriate context.
Let go of your idea because it's bad.
4
If you're 'Circling the Wagons,' you are...
Being unproductive.
Discussing something that few care about.
Just about finished with the project.
5
If you're 'Drinking Your Own Champagne,' you are...
Using your own product.
Complimenting your own work.
Getting ahead of yourself.
6
What is a 'Cubicle Farm?'
A room filled with cubicles.
Where office workers are trained.
Where you share a cubicle.
7
If you are 'Boiling the Ocean,' you are...
Making your bosses angry.
Arguing with customers.
Doing something that seems impossible.
8
What is 'Blue Sky Thinking?'
Unrealistic Optimism
Determination to Succeed
Seeking a Promotion
9
If you 'Land and Expand,' you are...
Expanding on what you've sold to a customer.
Advancing in your career.
Changing office policies.
10
If you 'Hammer it Out,' you are....
Arguing Heatedly
Typing Something
Debating Calmly
11
To 'Drill Down' is to....
Focus more on a project.
Go into more detail.
Work Overtime
12
What is 'Whitespace?'
Spaces in a document.
Free time during the workday.
Potential sales to existing clients.