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Sweat it out

DEFINITION

Persevere. Endure. Continue arduous physical labor. The phrase implies that one is under extreme hardship, physically, financially or emotionally and it must be endured to reach success. (Compare to Stick it out or Hang in there.)

“I know the new job is demanding and your manager is a jerk, but you need the job, so just sweat it out and things should get better.”

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