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the business end (of something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe business end (of something)the business end (of something)informalUSE/CONSUME the end of a tool or weapon that does the work or causes the damage the business end of a gun business end
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the business end (of something)the business end of a gunBut it was at the business end where the main difference lay.Her hair, left to its own devices to dry, looked like the business end of a witch's broom.
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