English version

dig your heels in

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdig your heels indig your heels into refuse to do something in spite of other people’s efforts to persuade you dig
Examples from the Corpus
dig your heels inThe situation to be avoided is where the buyer digs his heels in on principle, because of the attitude of the salesperson.I had to dig my heels in to stay steady.
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