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(To) bear the brunt of


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(To) bear the brunt of is a phrase meaning that to bear the main burden of a task.

Sample Usage

1. In case of war, the soldiers stationed in the border has to bear the brunt of it.

2. You have made a blunder, now be prepared to bear the brunt of your action.

3. She is quite negligent of her duties, but she is never willing to bear the brunt of the consequences.


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