Idiom: bend over backwards (to do something)
— Our children really bend over backwards to help our son who has autism.
— We bent over backwards to pay your tuition and all you did was party last semester.
— The communications intern always bent over backwards to help everyone on the team so we're very sorry to see her leave.
— I never fully appreciated how my wife bent over backwards to do everything at home to help me succeed as a politician.
— Just because you bend over backwards, it doesn't mean others will do the same for you but at least you'll know you've done the best you could.
— The dealership wanted my business so badly they bent over backwards and let me use one of their cars until mine arrived a month later.
— I'd bend over backwards to help my grandma because she's done more to take care of me than my parents.
— We'd like to recognize our receptionist who bent over backwards, staying up all night to prepare new packets after FedEx lost the shipment with the conference materials.
— You mean to tell me they didn't hire you after you bent over backwards to help them win the election?
— He's impossible to please so bending over backwards won't get you anywhere.
— The Four Seasons hotels are in a class of their own. They bend over backwards to make sure that even the smallest details are taken care of.
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