Definition of hang tough in English:

hang tough

  • North American informal Be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved: company chiefs continued to hang tough, despite increasing competition
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    • And when they were challenged in early April, they hung tough.
    • But otherwise, you know, she hung tough and he wasn't able to really break her down.
    • I'm lucky to have a wonderful wife who hates that we are apart right now but is hanging tough.
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