blood, sweat and tearsMeaning: a lot of effort and suffering.Example: Our national freedom is the result of over hundred years’ of blood, sweat and tears.
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Barbara Thaden writes on 3rd March 2019
I found this phrase in The Iliad, Book 11 line 638, translated by Stanley Lombardo.: “Achilles was standing on the stern of his ship/Gazing out at the blood, sweat and tears/of the Greeks in rout.” (p. 216). Don’t know how it relates to the original Greek.
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