Is the phrase get off the hammock idiomatic, and what does it mean if it is?
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Hammock: a type of bed used especially outside , consisting of a net or long piece of strong cloth that you tie between two trees or poles so that it swings (= moves sideways through the air )
The phrase 'to get off the hammock' means to be productive and stop wasting time. On the contrary "to hit the hammock" means to get some rest and chill.