Come to Grips :
Come to Grips :
If you come to grips with a problem or issue, you face up to it and deal with it.
Come to Heel :
If someone comes to heel, they stop behaving in a way that is annoying to someone in authority and start being obedient.
Come Up Roses :
If things come up roses, they produce a positive result especially when things seemed to be going badly at first.
Come Up Smelling of Roses :
If someone comes up smelling of roses, they emerge from a situation with their reputations undamaged.
Come Up Trumps :
When someone is said to have come up trumps, they have completed an activity successfully or produced a good result especially when they were not expected to.
Come What May :
If you are prepared to do something come what may, it means that nothing will stop or distract you, no matter how hard or difficult it becomes.
Come With The Territory :
If something comes with the territory, it is part of a job or responsibility and just has to be accepted even if unpleasant.
Comfort Zone :
It is the temperature range in which the body does not shiver or sweat, but has an idiomatic sense of a place where people feel comfortable, where they can avoid the worries of the world.
Connect The Dots :
When you connect the dots, you understand the connections and relationships.
Constitution of An Ox :
If someone has the constitution of an ox, they are less affected than most people by things like tiredness, illness and alcohol.
Cook Someone’s Goose :
If you cook someone’s goose, you ruin their plans.
Cook The Books :
If people cook the books, they keep false accounts to make money illegally or avoid paying tax.
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