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muddle through

phrasal verb with muddle uk   us   /ˈmʌd.l̩/ verb
to manage to do something although you are not organized and do not know how to do it: I'm afraid I can't help you - you'll just have to muddle through on your own.
Translations of “muddle through”
in Chinese (Traditional) 胡亂應付過去…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胡乱应付过去…
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