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take one's medicine

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  • take one's medicine — phrasal : to submit to punishment : accept unpleasant consequences of one s acts * * * take one s medicine To accept with stoicism an unpleasant but deserved punishment • • • Main Entry: ↑medicine * * * submit to something disagreeable such as… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take one's medicine — idi take one s medicine, to submit bravely or resignedly to punishment, esp. when deserved …   From formal English to slang

  • take one's medicine — {v. phr.} To accept punishment without complaining. * /The boy said he was sorry he broke the window and was ready to take his medicine./ Compare: FACE THE MUSIC(2) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take one's medicine — {v. phr.} To accept punishment without complaining. * /The boy said he was sorry he broke the window and was ready to take his medicine./ Compare: FACE THE MUSIC(2) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take\ one's\ medicine — v. phr. To accept punishment without complaining. The boy said he was sorry he broke the window and was ready to take his medicine. Compare: face the music(2) …   Словарь американских идиом

  • take one's medicine — submit to punishment as being deserved. → medicine …   English new terms dictionary

  • take one's medicine — receive the treatment that one deserves, receive a punishment …   English contemporary dictionary

  • take one's hooks —  Depart, take one s medicine Accept punishment …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • take one's own medicine — accept punishment without complaining He likes to criticize everyone but can never take his own medicine when others criticize him …   Idioms and examples

  • medicine — (n.) c.1200, medical treatment, cure, remedy, also used figuratively, of spiritual remedies, from O.Fr. medecine (Mod.Fr. médicine) medicine, art of healing, cure, treatment, potion, from L. medicina the healing art, medicine; a remedy, also used …   Etymology dictionary

  • take it — [v] accept, endure acknowledge, agree, bear with, bite the bullet, capitulate, don’t make waves*, don’t rock the boat*, face the music*, go along with, grin and bear it*, hang tough, live with, play the game*, put up with, sit still for*, stand… …   New thesaurus

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