English version

brave it out

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrave it outbrave it outBRAVEto deal bravely with something that is frightening or difficult brave
Examples from the Corpus
brave it outShe decided to brave it out and applied for permission from the Prefect of Police.She was going to cope, to face this, to brave it out and lay a certain ghost.Petey heard him trying to brave it out, rocking back and forth to make the pain subside.
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