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To bell the cat


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To bell the cat means to face the risk, to perform a dangerous task. The word has originated from one of the Aesop fables for kids.



Sample Usage

1.Every employee is against the manager. But no one is ready to bell the cat and complain about him to the Chairman.

2.There was a meeting of the students in order to find out ways to bell the cat and restrict the gangsters.

3.The aspirants of IAS decided to bell the cat on attending a motivation class conducted by the teacher.


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