British informal Under pressure; in a difficult situation: car dealers are under the cosh right now
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- Shell-shocked Derby spent the remainder of the first-half under the cosh.
- They are not the only public sector workers who are under the cosh.
- The psychological effect on farmers, already economically under the cosh, was frightening.
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