English version

set your jaw

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishset your jawset your jawto move your lower jaw forward in a way that shows your determination set
Examples from the Corpus
set your jawTom set his jaw and stared at the officer.Tom set his jaw, frowning, listening, and concentrating doggedly on his own life.
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