The British Idiom – Tough cheese
Definition of Tough cheese
Tough cheese means that you are the victim of bad luck or something unpleasant, but that you’ll just have to accept it. We also use the term hard cheese.
Examples of Usage of Tough cheese
I’m sorry to hear you didn’t get the job, John. Tough cheese. Well, it’s tough cheese really. The best laid plansÂ
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