English version

put/set/get your (own) house in order

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput/set/get your (own) house in orderput/set/get your (own) house in orderBEHAVEused to say that someone should improve the way they behave before criticizing other people house
Examples from the Corpus
put/set/get your (own) house in orderHenry had set his house in order but had no thoughts about setting off on crusade.The Law Society no longer can support equally those who have put their house in order and those who have not.But Apple first must get its house in order.Others have called on the council to step in and tell the firm to put its house in order.Commissioners are satisfied with the progress it is making to put its house in order.Following numerous complaints the Vicar of Woodford has been told to put his house in order.
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