One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Endure an unpleasant experience, typically one involving physical exertion in great heat.‘about 1,500 runners are expected to sweat it out in this year's run’
- 1.1 Wait in a state of extreme anxiety for something to happen or be resolved.‘he sweated it out until the lab report was back’
- 1.1 Wait in a state of extreme anxiety for something to happen or be resolved.
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