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The answer TAKEITONTHECHIN (take it on the chin) has 19 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of take it on the chin in various dictionaries:
verb - undergo failure or defeat
TAKE IT ON THE CHIN - undergo failure or defeat
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|Jan 18 2019 The Times - Cryptic|
|Take it on the chin might refer to|
The following is a list of phrases from sports that have become idioms (slang or otherwise) in English. They have evolved usages and meanings independent of sports and are often used by those with little knowledge of these games.|
* The sport from which each phrase originates has been included immediately after the phrase. In some cases, the specific sport may not be known; these entries may be followed by the generic term sports, or a slightly more specific term, such as team sports (referring to such games as baseball, football, hockey, etc.), ball sports (baseball, tennis, volleyball, etc.), etc.
* This list does not include idioms derived exclusively from baseball. The body of idioms derived from that sport is so extensive that two other articles are exclusively dedicated to them. See English language idioms derived from baseball and baseball metaphors for sex.
* Examination of the ethnocultural relevance of these idioms in English speech in areas such as news and political discourse (and how "Rituals, traditions, customs are very closely connected
* with language and form part and parcel of the linguacultural “realia”") occurs. The occurrence is of note for Philologists, Linguists. Phrases from sports are a part of a " part of a nation’s linguoculture." where "members of common culture not only share the same information but also the methods of coding, storing and retrieving the information. *