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Push one’s luck


Act without caution in a dangerous situation. Tempting fate. (Compare to On thin ice, Live on the edge, Treading dangerous waters or Quit while you are ahead.)

“You’ve jumped off the bridge into the river two times but, if I were you, I wouldn’t push my luck by doing it again.”


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