What does 'Get back on the horse that bucked you' mean?
When you start drinking again after being hungover from drinking the previous night.
- Category: General
- Contributed By: Angel B. Alvarez
Idioms similar to 'Get back on the horse that bucked you'
- Back to back
- Back burner
- Take a back seat
- Back number
- Back-of-the-envelope calculation
- Back to the drawing board
- Cast your mind back
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