come to blows

come to blows
Meaning: have a fight or a serious argument with somebody, begin to fight.
Example: Demonstrators nearly came to blows with the Scotland Yard Police during the rally.

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three cheers for

three cheers for Meaning: good for, congratulations to, hurrah for. Example 1: Three cheers for Liverpool Football Club for great victory of Grand Final match. Example 2: Three ... Read on

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