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Meaning of “as much as you can do” in the English Dictionary

"as much as you can do" in British English

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as much as you can do

UK If you say something is as much as you can do, you ​manage to do it, but with ​greatdifficulty: I ​felt so ​ill this ​morning, it was as much as I could do to get out of ​bed.
(Definition of as much as you can do from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “as much as you can do”
in Chinese (Simplified) 尽最大努力才能做到…
in Chinese (Traditional) 竭盡全力才能做到…
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