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Through fire and water


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'Through fire and water' means in all sort of difficulties. From the ancient times, fire and water hazards have been the greatest calamities for men, and this idiom reflects that notion.

Sample Usage

1. He can go through fire and water to achieve his goal.
2. The medieval knights went through fire and water to find the chalice.


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