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come/get (down) off your high horse

to stop talking as if you were better or more clever than other people: It's time you came down off your high horse and admitted you were wrong.
Translations of “come/get (down) off your high horse”
in Chinese (Traditional) 別再自以為是…
in Chinese (Simplified) 别再自以为是…
(Definition of come/get (down) off your high horse from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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