“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:


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

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

“You’ve Got To Build The House From The Ground Up!”

Today’s “Tid-Bit” is an Idiomatic Aphorism which can also be classified as a Saying, and can be used as an Interjection (as in the heading above) – and is used to say that…

When doing any “thing” (process/procedure/etc.) it is important to do things in the proper order.  Otherwise, whatever one is attempting may simply not work…  (at least not in the way that he or she is intending.)


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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)


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