English version

hold/keep your end up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhold/keep your end uphold/keep your end upBritish English informalBRAVE to stay brave and hopeful in a difficult situation end
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hold/keep your end upIt is difficult to get skips in this age group capable of keeping their end up at this level of competition.Richter kept his end up by arranging a press visit to Huemul Island on 21 June, 1951.It helped them keep their end up in battle, too, claim historians.
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