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have a hard time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a hard timehave a hard timeto have a lot of problems or bad experiences I’m glad she’s happy at last – she’s had such a hard time. Vegetarians still often have a hard time of it when it comes to eating out. hard
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have a hard time of itEven the birds have a hard time of it, and you and Mr.
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