hang tough (to)
- Continue to struggle.
American business jargon. 2014.
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hang tough — [v] endure bear, bear the brunt*, be patient with, brave, cope with, face, go through, grin and bear it*, gut it out*, hang in*, hang in there, keep up, live out, live through, meet with, never say die*, put up with, ride out*, sit through, stand … New thesaurus
Hang Tough — Infobox Gladiators Event Event Name = Hang Tough| |thumb width = 320px c Int. Year = 1990 origin country= flag|United States Used In = flag|United States flag|United Kingdom flag|Australia flag|Nigeria flag|Denmark flag|Finland flag|Sweden… … Wikipedia
hang tough — phrasal : to persist in the face of adversity * * * hang tough (US) To stay resolute or determined • • • Main Entry: ↑hang * * * be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved * * * hang tough chiefly US informal : to keep working or trying to… … Useful english dictionary
hang tough — vp Stick with, keep going, don t give up. We need to hang tough on our decision. 1970s … Historical dictionary of American slang
hang tough — continue to try, be strong and determined As we returned to the field, the coach said, Hang tough, guys … English idioms
hang tough — verb To remain strong willed or brave, especially when experiencing duress or adversity. But Hoop Dreams isnt mainly about sport, or even about life and death in the inner city. Its about families hanging tough on nerve and prayer. Syn: grin and… … Wiktionary
hang tough — American, informal to not change your actions or opinions although other people try to make you do this. The President is hanging tough on the hostage crisis … New idioms dictionary
hang tough — Verb. To act tough and arrogant … English slang and colloquialisms
hang tough — phrasal to remain resolute in the face of adversity ; hang in … New Collegiate Dictionary
hang tough — sts+idi Informal. to remain unyielding or inflexible … From formal English to slang