Buckle Down Definition

Define what is Buckle Down?

1. break one's back, buckle down, knuckle down, slave (verb)

work very hard, like a slave.

    Hypernyms

    do work, work verb
    be employed.

    Nearby Terms

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    consent reluctantly

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