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Hold your horses!

Tuesday, 04 September 2018
Man saying stop with his hands English idiom: hold your horses Designed by Kues / Freepik

HOLD YOUR HORSES! It is what you say when someone is moving too quickly or thoughtlessly. It means "wait a moment or be patient".

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