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    Question Deal with it.

    What does "won't" and "Deal with it" mean the sentence below inside a news? Thanks in advance.

    Debt that canít be paid, wonít. Deal with it.

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    Re: Deal with it.

    Not sure what you mean by 'inside a news', but 'won't' just means it will not be paid. Debt that can't be paid will not be paid.

    'Deal with it' is an expression meaning 'get over it', or 'accept the fact'.

    In other words, if there's debt that can't be paid, it simply isn't going to be paid, and you have to accept that fact.

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    Re: Deal with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skrej View Post
    Not sure what you mean by 'inside a news', but 'won't' just means it will not be paid. Debt that can't be paid will not be paid.

    'Deal with it' is an expression meaning 'get over it', or 'accept the fact'.

    In other words, if there's debt that can't be paid, it simply isn't going to be paid, and you have to accept that fact.
    I mean that as "in the news opinion article" for "inside a news". I think, This expression it was my mistake.

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