English version

like a lamb

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlike a lamblike a lambOBEYquietly and without any argument Suzie went off to school like a lamb today. lamb
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like a lambHe felt he had taken his only child like a lamb to the slaughter.While others were being lionised he conducted himself like a lamb or even a mouse.March, according to the weather proverb, comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.Suzie went off to school like a lamb today.I certainly don't like lamb for three meals running.
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