Bring someone back down to earth

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Definition

to bring someone back down to earth (with a bump): to remind someone of reality, to end someone's fantasizing or imagining
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Examples

  • "I got too 'big headed' wanting my own statue, and now I've been brought back down to earth with a bump – literally!"

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