Idiom: Fish in troubled waters
What does 'Fish in troubled waters' mean?
Someone who fishes in troubled waters tries to takes advantage of a shaky or unstable situation. The extremists were fishing in troubled waters during the political uncertainty in the country.
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- Contributed By: Surendra Pokharel
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