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(idiomatic) To wait through (something); wait (through) till the end; patiently endure.
The wind howled as she settled against the far wall to wait out the storm.
I thought if I had enough band-aids, I'd be able to wait out the politics.
In such cases, if you can afford to wait out the shipping time, Internet shopping can be vastly superior to an in-store purchase.
Unless your dog is exhibiting a secondary symptom, it is best to wait out the lack of appetite.
Unfortunately, you'll have to wait out that relationship -- you can't go and try to be a home wrecker, he'll hate you.
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