take the hard road

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by mir2775, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. mir2775 New Member

    What does the idiom "to take the hard road" mean?
    Thanks a lot for your answers.
  2. AmeriComm New Member

    English - US NE
    "To take the hard road" = "to do it the way that is more complete and/or correct, but more difficult"

    It is the opposite of "take the easy way out" or "do it the easy way".
  3. esteban Senior Member

    Colombia Spanish
    En español, podría ser "escoger el camino difícil" o "irse por el lado difícil".

  4. Jonquil Senior Member

    Argentinian Spanish
    From what I've seen, it just means 'the difficult way'= 'el duro camino'

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