Today’s English Phrase
BULL IN A CHINA SHOP
Meaning: extremely awkward, clumsy person. To be aggressive when in fact the need of the hour is to stay calm
1.- The president has been attacking foreign ministers and even the people in his own party like a bull in a china shop. This has not only led to a lot of criticism but people have started alienating from him.
2.- I behaved like a bull in a china shop last night. I’m so sorry.