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Bite the Bullet

Look at the following headlines and tell me what the English idiom bite the bullet means:

Microsoft Will Bite the Bullet and Open 75 More Stores
- articles.businessinsider.com, 13 July 2006, Matt Rosoff
Obama tells Congress: Bite the Bullet
-
htpolitics.com, 13 November 2011, The Associated Press
Parents Bite the Bullet as College Tuition Rises
- washingtonexaminer.com, April 23 2011, Lisa Gartner

Bite the bullet means:

a) to spend money
b) to make yourself accept or do something that is difficult or unpleasant
c) to try to do more than you are able to do
d) to borrow money

Check
here for the answer.

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