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die in harness

die in harness
Meaning: expire while working, keep working to the end.
Example: She doesn’t want to retire – she’d rather die in harness.

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7 Comments

  • Expression: S. Arshad Ali writes on 26 September, 2016

    I have a friend who I believe die in harness.

  • Expression: Amna writes on 4 April, 2016

    I feel sorry for most people that belong to South Asia as they have to learn such ridiculous idioms for IELTS and English speaking exams that literally no one even uses anymore. This is coming from someone who has been born, raised and educated within England.

    • Expression: Waqas writes on 7 May, 2016

      Thanks, Amna I am preparing for my civil service exams, and you are right we have to learn all this crap for exams.

    • Expression: Benelovent writes on 14 July, 2016

      We also feel sorry for you guys that only language you are capable of understanding is ENGLISH! May Jesus bless you with abilities to learn other languages as well. :)

  • Expression: dr gopal lade writes on 30 March, 2015

    die in harness more example please

    • Expression: muhammad Hayat writes on 3 October, 2015

      Rashid Minhas died in harness

  • Expression: salma Ahmed writes on 29 November, 2014

    He will die in harness but he will never give up.

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