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    Have it hard

    What does "have it hard" means ?




    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Have it hard

    Please give us the words in context.

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    Re: Have it hard

    Quote Originally Posted by gurpreetgill4u View Post
    What does "have it hard" means ?

    Would be easier to give you a reply if you can provide us with the context.
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    Re: Have it hard

    Gays and lesbians often find themselves isolated from the society.Think of Rosie O'Donnell and Billy Bean.I am sure they had it hard,too.
    Why do women thinks they have it harder than men when society often let them get away more easily.

    Is this the Antonym of "have it easy". Could you give some more example.

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    Re: Have it hard

    If you 'have it hard', life is difficult for you.

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    Re: Have it hard

    Could I use "You will have it hard at school" instead of "You won't have it easy at school".

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