Idiom: Lock horns
Meaning: When people lock horns, they argue or fight about something.Country: International English | Subject Area: Animals | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Horns of a dilemma
- Lock, stock and barrel
- Lock the stable door after the horse has bolted
- Take the bull by its horns
- Grab the bull by its horns
- Under lock and key
- Mess with a bull, you get the horns
- Lock and load
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