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  1. MIKE SEVERO
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    Taking A Hit

    I am trying to get a sinonym for this expression.

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    Re: Taking A Hit

    If you take a hit, you have a setback.

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    Re: Taking A Hit

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    If you take a hit, you have a setback.
    There's another meaning as well (it involves a setback, but means more); it's 'accepting a temporary pain/setback in order to achieve some greater benefit'. I know of no synonym for this; that's what idioms are for.

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