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weather the storm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishweather the stormweather the stormto experience a difficult period and reach the end of it without being harmed or damaged too much I’ll stay and weather the storm. storm
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weather the stormIf she calmed down, she might just weather the storm.Peterborough weathered the storm and could have taken a shock lead after 31 minutes.According to the board, Ocean Ranger was structurally sound and should have been able to weather the storm.Hunker down and attempt to weather the storm?The capacity to weather the storm is there provided the government has the political clout to do it.So, with luck, they hoped to weather the storm.Others, like General Motors, have had to pull in their sails to weather the storm of a price war.How have you weathered the storm?
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