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    Ride out

    Can you explain to me the several meanings this verb (to ride out) can have with some examples please?

    I just know that "to ride out" can mean "to superate" or "to go through" like in this example: "The storm is getting bad, it's gonna get worse and I think people can just stay inside their homes and try to ride it out."

    or "I know how you feel...I went through a similar situation but I managed to ride it out."

    Thanks for your explanations.

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