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I'm going through a bad patch

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  • go through a bad patch — go through/hit a bad/difficult/rough patch INFORMAL ► to experience a lot of problems in a short period of time: »Economically, the country is going through a bad patch. »The company hit a rough patch last year, which included its first quarterly …   Financial and business terms

  • go through a bad/difficult/rough patch — go through/hit a bad/difficult/rough patch INFORMAL ► to experience a lot of problems in a short period of time: »Economically, the country is going through a bad patch. »The company hit a rough patch last year, which included its first quarterly …   Financial and business terms

  • hit a bad patch — go through/hit a bad/difficult/rough patch INFORMAL ► to experience a lot of problems in a short period of time: »Economically, the country is going through a bad patch. »The company hit a rough patch last year, which included its first quarterly …   Financial and business terms

  • go through a difficult patch — go through/hit a bad/difficult/rough patch INFORMAL ► to experience a lot of problems in a short period of time: »Economically, the country is going through a bad patch. »The company hit a rough patch last year, which included its first quarterly …   Financial and business terms

  • go through a rough patch — go through/hit a bad/difficult/rough patch INFORMAL ► to experience a lot of problems in a short period of time: »Economically, the country is going through a bad patch. »The company hit a rough patch last year, which included its first quarterly …   Financial and business terms

  • (a) bad patch — a bad/sticky/difficult/rough/patch phrase a period of time in your life that is difficult or unpleasant All marriages have their sticky patches. Small businesses are going through a bit of a bad patch just now …   Useful english dictionary

  • patch — 1 noun (C) 1 PART OF AN AREA a part of an area that is different or looks different from the parts that surround it: Lost: a small dog, white with brown patches. | patch of dirt/grease/damp etc: Watch out for icy patches on the roads. | patch of… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • patch — patch1 [pætʃ] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(part of an area)¦ 2¦(over a hole)¦ 3¦(for growing something)¦ 4¦(computer)¦ 5¦(eye)¦ 6¦(decoration)¦ 7 a bad/difficult/sticky/rough patch 8 somebody s patch 9 not be a patch on somebody/something ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • patch — [[t]pæ̱tʃ[/t]] patches, patching, patched 1) N COUNT: usu with supp A patch on a surface is a part of it which is different in appearance from the area around it. ...the bald patch on the top of his head... There was a small patch of blue in the… …   English dictionary

  • patch — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 material over a hole VERB + PATCH ▪ have ▪ Her jeans have patches all over them. ▪ sew on/onto ▪ She wore a jacket with bright patches sewn onto it. PREPOSITION …   Collocations dictionary

  • patch — I UK [pætʃ] / US noun [countable] Word forms patch : singular patch plural patches ** 1) an area that is different from what surrounds it Icy patches are likely on some roads. The male has a distinctive white patch on its tail. There were damp… …   English dictionary


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