What does 'Like a bull at a gate' mean?
Meaning: If you tackle a job very quickly, without any real thought about what you are doing, you are going at it like a bull at a gate.
- Category: Animals
- Contributor: Buggles
Idioms similar to 'Like a bull at a gate'
- Bull market
- Angry as a bull
- Bull session
- Take the bull by its horns
- Cock and bull story
- Bull in a China shop
- Grab the bull by its horns
- Mess with a bull, you get the horns
- Strong like bull, dumb like stump
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