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Today's Idiom = "Take It On The Chin"
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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 On The Chin"

Example: "John totally attacked her during that presentation, but she just took it on the chin."

Take Exception To Something

Take Off On Something

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