to get over a crisis

to get over a crisis
преодолевать кризис

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  • over the hump — {adj. phr.}, {informal} Past the most difficult part; past the crisis; out of danger. * /Mary was failing math, but she is over the hump now./ * /John was very sick after his accident, hut he s over the hump./ * /When Mr. Smith was out of work it …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • over the hump — {adj. phr.}, {informal} Past the most difficult part; past the crisis; out of danger. * /Mary was failing math, but she is over the hump now./ * /John was very sick after his accident, hut he s over the hump./ * /When Mr. Smith was out of work it …   Dictionary of American idioms

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  • get [a lot of/some etc.] stick — get/take [a lot of/some etc.] stick British, informal, British, informal to be criticized or laughed at because of something that you do. I get a lot of stick from people at work over the way I dress. (often + from) The government has come in for …   New idioms dictionary

  • get a lot of stick — get/take [a lot of/some etc.] stick British, informal, British, informal to be criticized or laughed at because of something that you do. I get a lot of stick from people at work over the way I dress. (often + from) The government has come in for …   New idioms dictionary

  • get some stick — get/take [a lot of/some etc.] stick British, informal, British, informal to be criticized or laughed at because of something that you do. I get a lot of stick from people at work over the way I dress. (often + from) The government has come in for …   New idioms dictionary

  • get ... stick — get/take [a lot of/some etc.] stick British, informal, British, informal to be criticized or laughed at because of something that you do. I get a lot of stick from people at work over the way I dress. (often + from) The government has come in for …   New idioms dictionary


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