Passage of arms In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "passage of arms", English Idiom Dictionary ( also found in Vietnamese )

author Katie Anh calendar 2022-08-09 07:08

Meaning of Passage of arms

Passage of arms old-fashioned noun phrase

Used to refer to a fight or a dispute

We have always avoided passages of arms with other people.

We are forced to involving in passages of arms.

In a passage of arms, injury is unavoidable.

Other phrases about:

go down swinging/fighting
to fight until the very end
pull in different/opposite directions
To have different or opposite intentions that cannot be accomplished together
It takes two to make a quarrel

When an argument or a fight occurs, both parties involved are responsible for it.

a fight to the finish
A fight, match or contest between two groups or people which may only end with the complete defeat of one side.
stormy relationship

A relationship that is full of disagreements or quarrels


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