In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to grin and bear it coloquialto put up with it coloquialapechugar con algo
- vamos a tener que apechugar con las consecuencias — we're going to have to put up with / suffer / take the consequences
- tendrá que apechugar con lo que gana — she'll just have to make do with / get by on what she earns
- voy a tener que apechugar con todo el trabajo yo sola — I'm going to have to cope with / tackle all the work myself
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