Broad Church :
Bring A Knife To A Gunfight :
If someone brings a knife to a gunfight, they are very badly prepared for something.
Bring Home The Bacon :
A person who brings home the bacon earns the money that a family live on.
Bring On Board :
To make people embrace the ideas intended by the leader or agree to join a team or project is to bring them on board.
Bring Someone To Book :
If somebody is brought to book, he is punished or made to account for something they have done wrong.
Bring Someone To Heel :
If you bring someone to heel, you make them obey you.
Bring The House Down :
Something that brings the house down is acclaimed and praised vigorously.
Bring To The Table :
If you bring something to the table, you make a contribution or an offer in a discussion or negotiation.
Broad Church :
If an organization is described as broad church, it is tolerant and accepting of different opinions and ideas.
Broad Strokes :
If something is described or defined with broad stokes, then only an outline is given, without fine details.
Broke As A Joke and It is Not Funny :
This idiom describes how it is not funny to be without a cent and just uses broke and joke as rhyming words that help explain this idiom a lot better.
Broken Record :
When someone sounds like a broken record, they keep on repeating the same things.
Brown Nose :
When someone tries to make themselves popular with somebody, usually in a position of authority, especially by flattering them, they are brown nosing.
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