Bull in A China Shop :
Browned Off :
To be tired of or fed up with
Brownie Points :
If you try to earn brownie points with someone, you do things you know will please them.
Brush Under The Carpet :
If you brush something under the carpet, you are making an attempt to ignore it or hide it from others.
Buggles’ Turn :
If it is buggles’ turn, someone gets promotion through length of service rather than ability, especially in the British Civil Service.
Bull in A China Shop:
If someone behaves like a bull in a china shop, they are clumsy when they should be careful.
Bull Market :
A bull market is a period when investors are optimistic and there are expectations that good financial results will continue.
Bull Session :
If you have a bull session, you have an informal group discussion about something.
If you are a bull-headed, you are stubborn or inflexible.
Bums On Seats :
Those who have paid to watch a performance are buns on seats.
Bun in The Oven :
If a woman has a bun in the oven, she is pregnant.
Bundle of Nerves :
Someone who is a bundle of nerves is very worried or nervous.
Burn Under My Saddle :
A burn under your saddle is something that annoys you or spurs you into action.
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