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like it or lump it

informal If you ​tell someone to like it or ​lump it, you ​mean that ​person must ​accept a ​situation they do not like, because it cannot be ​changed: Like it or ​lump it, ​romanticfiction is ​readregularly by thousands.
(Definition of like it or lump it from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “like it or lump it”
in Chinese (Simplified) 必须接受某个现状,因为情况没法改变…
in Chinese (Traditional) 必須接受某個現狀,因為情況沒法改變…
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