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Idiom: Kick something into the long grass
Idiom Definitions for 'Kick something into the long grass'
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'
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Kick the can down the road
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