Change Tack :
Catch Some Red-Handed :
If someone is caught red-handed, they are found doing something wrong or illegal.
Catch - 22 :
Catch - 22 is a situation where conflicting rules make the desired outcome impossible.
Caught With Your Hand In The Cookie Jar :
If someone is caught worth his or her hand in the cookie jar, he or she is caught doing something wrong.
Cement Ties :
Originating from the verb to cement, meaning to bind or adhere, the phrase is intended to imply forming a close relationship usually in business or politics
Chalk and Cheese :
Things or people, which are like chalk and cheese, are very different and have nothing in common.
Champ At The Bit :
If someone is champing at the bit, they are very eager to accomplish something.
Champagne Taste on A Beer Budget :
Someone who lives above their means and likes things they cannot afford has champagne taste on a beer budget.
Change Horses in Midstream. :
If people change horses in midstream, they change plans or leaders when they are in the middle of something even though it may be very risky to do so.
Change of Heart :
If you change the way you think or feel about something, you have a change of heart.
Change Tack :
If you change tack, you use a different method for dealing with something.
Change Your Tune :
It someone changes their ideas or the way they talk about them, they change their tune.
Chaps My Ass :
When something or someone really annoys you, it chaps your ass.
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