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    bull in a china shop

    please tell me the meaning of "bull in a china shop".

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    Re: bull in a china shop

    I think 'bull in a china shop' is nothing but trouble.


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    Re: bull in a china shop

    Quote Originally Posted by lilla
    please tell me the meaning of "bull in a china shop".
    A 'bull in a china shop' is a recklessly clumsy person. A bull is considered to be a large, clumsy animal always charging around. A china shop is a place where it is particularly important to be careful, as the items are delicate and fragile.

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