What does 'Kick something into the long grass' mean?
If an issue or problem is kicked into the long grass, it is pushed aside and hidden in the hope that it will be forgotten or ignored.
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Idioms similar to 'Kick something into the long grass'
- Grass roots
- The grass is always greener
- Watch grass grow
- The grass is greener on the other side of the fence
- Let the grass grow round your feet
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