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Translation of "grit" - English-Spanish dictionary

grit

verb /ɡrɪt/ ( present participle gritting, past tense and past participle gritted)
grit your teeth
to press your top and bottom teeth together, often in anger apretar los dientes He gritted his teeth in silent fury.
to accept a difficult situation and deal with it in a determined way aguantarse We had to grit our teeth and agree to their conditions because we wanted the contract.
(Definition of grit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

grit

noun /ɡrit/
very small pieces of stone arena, gravilla She’s got a piece of grit in her eye.
courage valor, agallas He’s got a lot of grit.
gritty adjective ( comparative grittier, superlative grittiest)
arenoso a gritty substance.
(Definition of grit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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