“Put The Horse In Front Of The Cart” – English Aphorism


(to) Put The Horse In Front Of The Cart

(Today’s “Tid-Bit”)


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The Aphorism “Put The Horse In Front Of The Cart” – is an Idiomatic expression which can also be classified as an Interjection, A Proverb and a Saying.  Furthermore, this phrase can also be turned into a Prepositional Phrasal Verb.

It is very similar in meaning to the Idiomatic Aphorism:  (to) “Build The House From The Ground Up” – both of which mean:


To Find Out The Difference …

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Have An Excellent Day!

(And Don’t Get Ahead Of Yourself…  Or The Cart)

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Aphorism: “Build The House From The Ground Up”

(to) “Build The House From The Ground Up”


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(See Also:  “Put The Horse In Front Of The Cart”)


Originally posted on the Aphorisms page of the GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! Lexis Portal

Aphorism: “Act In Haste, Repent At Leisure”

“Act In Haste, Repent At Leisure”

(Aphorism)


Today’s “Tid-Bit” is an “Aphorism” which means very much the same thing as an other very popular aphorism, “Haste Makes Waste”.


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“If a person acts in a hurried or rushed way, without paying close attention to what he or she is doing – there is a good chance that, later on, that person will be rather upset about the results of his or her actions… (and will most likely have to go back and do whatever it was he or she was doing, all over again.)”

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