hang in there


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Hang in there.

Be patient, things will work out. Bob: Everything is in such a mess. I can't seem to get things done right. Jane: Hang in there, Bob. Things will work out. Mary: Sometimes I just don't think I can go on. Sue: Hang in there, Mary. Things will work out.
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hang in there

to continue despite difficulties Our store isn't making a ton of money, but we're hanging in there. Parents of teenagers shouldn't be too strict or too easy - they just need to hang in there and wait.
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hang (on) in there

  (informal)
to continue to try to do something although it is very difficult All relationships go through rough times. You just have to hang in there. Just hang on in there. The physical training is tough but it's worth it.
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hang in there

in. to keep trying; to persevere. I’ll just hang in there. Maybe things will get better.
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