Coped with us - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
cope with (someone or something) (redirected from coped with us)
cope with (someone or something)
To endure something, usually something unpleasant or undesirable. We need to increase the budget this year—our teachers have coped with a lack of funds for long enough. I can't cope with all of this uncertainty—I need to hear back from the colleges I applied to!
cope with someone or something
to endure someone or something; to manage to deal with someone or something. I don't think I can cope with any more trouble. I can't cope with your being late for work anymore.
References in periodicals archive
Arc, Stockton will host performances of brand new energetic play Kicking And Screaming which takes a sideways look at how we cope with our children - and how our parents coped with us
He said: "There are not many teams in the world - if any - that could have coped with us
and the way we were playing in the first half.
They coped with us
for about 15 minutes, but after that we started to c reat e chances and they had problems.
We talked Gaga, Madonna and how the gay rising star coped with US
uproar over his saucy performance at the American Music Awards.
In public de Gaulle praised them as model democrats, but in private coped with US
and UK foreign policy and the reality of wartime ties between de Gaulle's government in exile and Spain.
But I don't think many teams would have coped with us
the way we played.