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Dunkirk spirit, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDunkirk spirit, thethe Dunkirk spiritˌDunkirk ˈspirit, the  a determination to succeed despite being in a difficult or impossible situation, which is believed to be a typical British quality. The expression comes from the events involving British soldiers during World War II at Dunkirk.
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