"a bull in a china shop" meaning


"a bull in a china shop" definition

The meaning of a bull in a china shop is:
The definition of a bull in a china shop is:

(noun) a clumsy person, a careless person

Example Sentences:

The 5 year-old boy was like a bull in a china shop when he visited his grandmother. He caused a lot of damage by knocking over and breaking a lot of her expensive things.

After Shawn got drunk, he was acting like a bull in a china shop. We got kicked out of the pub because he broke all of our glasses!

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