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‘riding it out’ or ‘sailing through’?

What’s the difference between riding it out and sailing through? Compare: 1. I lost my job and don’t have much money saved. I’ve to ride it out until I get a new job. 2. She sailed through the entrance test and the interview and is now awaiting her appointment letter. So┬áride it out (1) means … Continue reading

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