Came Out With Guns Blazing

Came Out With Guns Blazing : What does this expression mean?

By Charles, Hungary - 28th Dec. 2007

When you say that someone came out with guns blazing, what you mean is that he came out with lot of force and energy. The word gun is associated with energy when it works.

What do you mean by the phrase Put their money where their mouth is?

By Janice, Canada - 29th Dec. 2007

When you tell someone to put his money where his mouth is, what you want him to do is to back his words with action. In other words, don’t just talk, perform.

For Example:

• I think you should stop complaining about how corrupt our politicians are. Put your money where you mouth is and contest in the coming elections.

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