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weather the stormidiom

  • ja嵐[困難]を乗り切る、切り抜ける
  • ento overcome or successfully deal with a difficult problem or a dangerous situation

Examples

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I don’t know if Kip and I can weather the storm of marriage.
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After you get married, it’s like it doesn’t even matter,
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- you’re stuck with that person so — - Forever.
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Okay, the shit that we're going through now,
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that's what happens when you grow.
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You either have the heart for it or you don't.
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We're gonna weather the storm.
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You should be together.
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God knows it's a messed up time in all of our lives,
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but what the hell is the point of finding your person if you don't get to weather the storms together?
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All right, enough.
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Charlie, I guess I was wrong about you.
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I thought you had what it takes to weather the storms.