English version

to the bitter end

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishto the bitter endto the bitter endFINISH/COME TO AN ENDcontinuing until the end, even though this is difficult Employees have vowed to fight the closure to the bitter end. bitter
Examples from the Corpus
to the bitter endCampaigners vowed to carry on the struggle to the bitter end.Despite his injury, Johnson carried on playing on to the bitter end.But a promise is a promise and we have to pursue this thing to the bitter end.Do I intend to campaign to the bitter end?He at least was ready to slug it out to the bitter end.I stayed to the bitter end.Master Yehudi always won, and he went on winning to the bitter end.He would fight my case to the bitter end, he vowed.Hereford left it to the bitter end to secure their 1-1 draw.They vowed to fight to the bitter end to stop it.
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