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ride (out) the storm

to manage not to be destroyed, harmed, or permanently affected by the difficult situation you experience: The government seems confident that it will ride out the storm.
Translations of “ride (out) the storm”
in Chinese (Traditional) 渡過難關, 走出困境…
in Chinese (Simplified) 渡过难关, 走出困境…
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