Definition: to accept something difficult or unpleasant that one has been putting off or hesitating over

Sentence example: Ms Mohamed admitted that ministers “faced challenging moments,” in concluding the Nairobi Package, which required an extra day of intensive negotiations to conclude. “Tough calls had to be made but we did bite the bullet.

The Power Memory Strategy:

  • Bite = accept
  • Bullet = something that causes pain
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