tough call
A choice or judgment which is difficult to make, especially one involving only two alternatives.

Will it work? Its a tough call.


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  • tough — I UK [tʌf] / US adjective Word forms tough : adjective tough comparative tougher superlative toughest *** 1) difficult He s having a really tough time at the moment. It was a tough decision to move to London. Many companies are facing tough… …   English dictionary

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