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hang/hold on like grim death

UK to ​hold on very ​tightly to something, ​despitegreatdifficulty: Darren always ​drives and I ​sit behind him, ​hanging on like grim ​death.
(Definition of hang/hold on like grim death from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hang/hold on like grim death”
in Chinese (Simplified) 死死地抓住不放,紧紧抓住不松手, 咬牙坚持…
in Chinese (Traditional) 死死地抓住不放,緊緊抓住不鬆手, 咬牙堅持…
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