Definition of 'on the mend'
Example sentences containing 'on the mend'
The Sun (2013)
AN orphaned deer which faced certain death without help is on the mend - after following a group of walkers.The Sun (2009)
He was expected to be out for six weeks but - two months on - is still on the mend after the surgical wound became infected.The Sun (2009)
THANKS to the hard work of the British people, our economy is on the mend after the worst crisis of our lifetime.The Sun (2014)
Definition of on the mend from the Collins English Dictionary
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