Take The Chair

Take The Chair :

Take Guts :

If something takes guts, it requires courage in the face of danger or great risk.

  • It takes guts for firemen to enter a burning building to save someone.

    Take It On The Chin :

    If you take something on the chin, something bad happens to you and you take it directly without fuss.

    Take No Prisoners :

    If people take no prisoners, they do things in a very aggressive way, without considering any harm they might do to achieve their objectives.

    Take Sand To The Beach :

    Doing something that is completely pointless or unnecessary is like taking sand to the beach.

    Take Someone Down A Peg :

    If someone is taken down a peg, they lose status in the eyes of others because of something they have done wrong or badly.

    Take Someone For A Ride :

    If you are taken for a ride, you are deceived by someone.

  • Be careful when you buy things in china bazaar. Many hawkers take the customers for a ride.

    Take Someone To Task :

    If you take someone to task, you scold them for something they have done wrong.

  • Do not tamper with the papers. Father will take you to task if you disarrange his papers.

    Take Someone To The Woodshed :

    If someone is taken to the woodshed, they are punished for something they have done.

  • When Ravi shouted in the classroom, he was taken to the woodshed by the teacher.

    Take Stock Of :

    To make an estimate of

  • Let us take stock of India‚Äôs achievements since independence.

    Take The Biscuit :

    If something takes the biscuit, it is the absolute limit.

    Take The Bull By Its Horns :

    Taking a bull by its horns would be the most direct but also the most dangerous way to try to complete with such an animal. When we use the phrase in everyday talk, we mean that the person we are talking about tackles their problems directly and is not worried about any risks involved.

    Take The Chair :

    If you take the chair, your become the chairman or chairwoman of a committee.

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