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weather the storm

to be able to continue doing something despite serious problems: Will the ambassador be able to weather the storm caused by his remarks?
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weather the storm

If someone or something weathers the storm, they successfully deal with a very difficult problem: In the next few days we will see if the ambassador can weather the political storm caused by his remarks.
(Definition of weather the storm from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “weather the storm”
in Chinese (Simplified) 渡过难关…
in Chinese (Traditional) 渡過難關…
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