Idiom: carry on
— When my husband lost his job he was brave and carried on as if everything was okay.
— As the British say, 'Keep calm and carry on.'
— My dog died during final exams and it was really hard to carry on but I had no choice.
— I think you should take a week off of work instead of trying to carry on after your sister's death.
— I really hate being a lawyer but I've got to carry on until I've paid off all my student loans.
— This client is very difficult but we have to carry on until the end of the contract.
— I couldn't carry on with this job a day longer and just handed in my resignation.
— I wish we hadn't carried on as long as we did but we were worried a divorce would upset our children.
— I hate it when Samantha complains all day. She just carries on complaining about the smallest things.
— We're all inspired at how my sister carries on even though she has stage 3 cancer.
— You probably got sick because you tried to carry on and the stress just became overwhelming.
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