take the heat

take` the heat´   Pronunciation: tāk`thŭ`hēt´
phr.1.To be assigned or to accept the blame for some misdeed; as, Mary broke the vase, but she acted innocent and young Johnny had to take the heat.
2.To withstand high temperature; as, the new radios can take the heat of a black car parked in the sun in Death Valley.
3.To endure stressful conditions, expecially without signs of difficulty or complaint; as, if you can't take the heat, stay out of the kitchen,
take part
take place
take pride
take root
take shape
take stage
take stock
take ten
take the air
take the bull by the horns
take the cake
take the count
take the field
take the Fifth
take the Fifth Amendment
take the floor
-- take the heat --
take the road
take the stage
take the stand
take the veil
take time by the forelock
take time off
take to
take to be
take to heart
take to the woods
take turns
take up
take up arms
take water
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