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sweat it out

informal
to wait nervously for an unpleasant situation to end or improve: I had the blood test last Tuesday, and I've been sweating it out ever since, waiting for the results.
to do hard physical exercise: I like to sweat it out in the gym for a couple of hours every day.
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