What does 'Bit between your teeth' mean?
If you take or have the bit between your teeth, you take or have control of a situation. (Bit = piece of metal in a horse's mouth)
- Category: Body and bodily functions
Idioms similar to 'Bit between your teeth'
- Get your teeth into
- Cut your teeth on
- Set your teeth on edge
- Better than a kick in the teeth
- Through gritted teeth
- Fed up to the back teeth
- Like pulling teeth
- Armed to the teeth
- Give your eye teeth
- Kick in the teeth
- By the skin of your teeth
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