break (one's) back to (do something)(redirected from break your back to)
break (one's) back to (do something)
To put forth a great deal of effort to do or accomplish something. I've been breaking my back to get a passing grade this semester, so failing by two measly points is incredibly frustrating. Don't break your back to please these people—they'll never appreciate it.
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