to cope (with a problem): s'en sortir, se débrouiller, faire face (à un problème)
It was hard when my husband left me alone with twelve kids, but I managed to cope with it. Ça a été dur quand mon mari m'a laissée seule avec douze enfants, mais j'ai réussi à m'en sortir.
- "Icarus : I don't feel like I can cope."
- "The US property market is currently suffering a credit crisis, and it is now very attractive for Britons who cannot cope with the sky-high house prices at home."
- "Icarus : And to think that my father's untimely death could have been avoided if only he'd known how to cope with his stress rather than bottling it up inside and..."
- "The US property market is currently suffering a credit crisis, making it attractive for Britons who cannot cope with the sky-high house prices at home."
- "Hannah : Right, but how will you cope then?"
- "Brian : I'm sure they'll cope."
- "How will you cope then?"
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