guts out

To endure or tolerate some task or activity despite pain, hardships, or unpleasant conditions. Used especially in reference to sports. A noun or pronoun can be used between "guts" and "out." I know your legs are sore, but we need you to guts it out for the last few minutes of the game. I'm surprised the captain gutsed out the entire season with that injury.
See also: gut, out


slang Someone apt to consume large quantities of alcohol. Geez, if I go to the bar again this week, I'm gonna look like a real guzzle-guts!
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n. a drunkard; a heavy drinker. Old guzzle-guts here would like another drink.
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