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rock the boat

infml to do or say something that ​upsetspeople or ​causesproblems: It's ​better not to rock the ​boat when you first ​start a ​job.
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rock the boat

informal
C2 If you rock the ​boat, you do or say something that will ​upsetpeople or ​causeproblems: Don't rock the ​boat until the ​negotiations are ​finished.
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