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get on your high horse

to start talking angrily about something bad that someone else has done as if you feel you are better or more clever than they are
Translations of “get on your high horse”
in Chinese (Traditional) 自以為是,自命不凡…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自以为是,自命不凡…
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