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Absent

Acceptable

keyword: Accept
A Bitter Pill To Swallow »
(it is difficult to accept but necessary because of what happened...)


Bite Off More Than One Can Chew »
(accept a responsibility which is too big...)


Coming To Terms With It »
(learning to accept it and beginning to feel okay about it...)


Look Someone In The Face »
(face the danger; do not hide; do not run away; accept the problem...)


Take It On The Chin »
(accept the blow or the insult without quitting, like a boxer who gets hit on the chin but keeps fighting...)


Take It Or Leave It »
(this is the last offer; either accept or reject this proposal because there will be no more adjustments...)


Take It Upon Oneself To Do Something »
(accept the responsibility to get it done...)


Take Kindly To Something »
(accept something happily...)


Take Someone Up On Something »
(accept an offer that someone has made...)


What's Done Is Done »
(We must accept that it happened...)


You Have To Take The Good With The Bad »
(accept that everything has a bad as well as a good side...)




Absent

Acceptable


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