Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) courage or resolve
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a display of grit
As a verb to have 'grit' is to have a lot of determination or dedication to something especially when results do not come early on. You need grit to succeed many things, grit is also referred to colloquially as 'stick with it-ness'.
Social Examples (Basic)
Against all odds, he won the race withan inspiring display of grit.
She overcame every challenge she faced in lifethrough sheer grit and determination.
Hegritted his teethand prepared himself for the difficult task ahead.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Grit in youth is a good predictor of success in later life in the business world.
Many entrepreneurs fail in setting up a business due to not having enoughgrit to see things through.
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