At each other's throats meaning

What does the saying 'At each other's throats' mean?

Idiom: At each other's throats

Meaning: If people are at each other's throats, they are fighting, arguing or competing ruthlessly.

Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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