bear the brunt
This page is about the idiom bear the brunt
Meaning: If you bear the brunt of something, you suffer the worst of its impact or its effects.
- The driver bore the brunt of the crash because he was right at the front of the bus.
- The team's coach bore the brunt of the criticism because he'd selected the players who'd performed so badly.
Towns that bear the brunt of floods are usually those that are located
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Contributor: Matt Errey