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crack on

Definition of crack on in English:

British informal Proceed or progress quickly: we’ll crack on with the rest of the job this month
More example sentences
  • You have to put it to one side and crack on with it.
  • I can crack on with training now and try and get back in the first team.
  • Our attitude now is just to crack on with it and move on.
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