Nobody knows how the Indian cricket team is going to cope with the difficult and seamer-friendly wickets in Australia.
Choose the option which is closest in meaning to the bold-italic phrase in the above sentence.
- put up with
- put in with
- put down to
- put up against
My attempt :
- put up with: tolerate
- put in with: to partner with
- put down to: attribute
- put up against: to place someone into competition with someone else
‘cope with’ means 'put up with'?
Can you explain in formal way, please?