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Take The Bull By The Horns ( take strong action and gain control of the situation ... )

"Take The Bull By The Horns"

To take the bull by the horns is to take control of a situation and take responsibility for the thing getting done well.

Example: "That was a tough situation. Thanks for taking the bull by the horns."

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