make-or-break

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make-or-break

  1. Resulting in either success or failure.
    Prince Harry is taking girlfriend Chelsy Davy on a make-or-break African holiday in a bid to heal their troubled relationship.[1]

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  1. ^ http://www.topnews.in/make-or-break-african-retreat-prince-harry-and-chelsy-davy-28593