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take the bull by the horns

to do something difficult in a brave and determined way: Why don't you take the bull by the horns and tell him to leave?
Translations of “take the bull by the horns”
in Chinese (Traditional) 當機立斷, 大膽應對困難…
in Chinese (Simplified) 当机立断, 大胆应对困难…
(Definition of take the bull by the horns from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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