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To come to a head


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To come to a head means to reach a crisis.

Sample Usage

1. The dispute over the sharing of the river’s waters between the two villages came to a head yesterday as groups from both villages attacked each other.

2. The shortage of water came to a head when the municipality corporation further increased the water cut to citizens.


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