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bash on

UK informal
phrasal verb with bash uk   us   /bæʃ/ verb
to continue doing something that is difficult, boring, or takes a long time: Oh well, that's enough chatting. I suppose I'd better bash on with this essay.
Translations of “bash on”
in Chinese (Traditional) 堅持奮戰, 繼續奮鬥…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坚持奋战, 继续奋斗…
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