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To bite the bullet – to force yourself to do something unpleasant or difficult, or to be brave in a difficult situation.

歯を食いしばって頑張るんだ。

You’re just going to have to bite the bullet and make the best of it.

 

Nothing ventured, nothing gained – if you don’t take risks, you’ll never achieve anything.

虎穴こけつに入らずんば虎児を得ず;思い切ってしなければ何も得られない。

I’ve decided I’m going to ask that girl out. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

 

To cash in on something – to get money or gain an advantage from a situation; to capitalize on

His hotel is now cashing in on the fact that a famous actor stayed there for one night.

 

 

Fill in the sentences with the correct idiom:

 

Employee 1: “Should I ask the boss for a promotion?” — Employee 2: “Go for it. ____________________”.

This is a good year for car stocks, and you can  _____________ it if you’re smart.

They decided to _____________________ and pay the extra to get the apartment they really wanted.

 

 

 

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Nothing ventured, nothing gained – cash in on – bite the bullet

 

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