cross the hurdle


1. to deal with something effectively, overcome






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we have to/need to/successfully cross the hurdle

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A hurdle is an obstacle or frame that a person or horse is required to jump over during a race. To cross a hurdle means to overcome an obstacle or a setback.

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  1. We had many obstacles in our way during this software release so well done to all of you who crossed all the hurdles to get us to our launch date.
  2. I understand that you and Vincent don't get along, but you'll have to cross that hurdle and find a way to work together.
  3. I anticipate some legal issues with some of the source material we are using, but we'll cross that hurdle when we come to it.

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  1. Well written supporting essays can help you cross the hurdle to be accepted into a prestigious university.
  2. It is so difficult to be able to afford to buy a car, but I have put a savings plan in place to help me cross the hurdle.

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