If you turn over a cart full of apples, you end up with apples everywhere, right? "Upset the apple cart" just means to upset things and cause disorder. "Things were running smoothly in the office until Paul upset the apple cart by changing the software." "Monica really upset the apple cart when she invited those skinheads to the NAACP meeting."
to create difficulty, to cause trouble
I don't want to upset the applecart now by asking you to change the date for the meeting.
another market question. most vegetables and produce were taken to market by a costermongers barrow .or cart.. sometimes the job of pulling the cart was given to the son .when the cart was loaded it was very heavy. and on occasions it would tip up and all the apples would spill out. so on loading the cry would be try not to upset the apple cart. meaning don't do more than you can manage
An apple cart was a street-side display of apples for sale. The most attractive displays would be an orderly, though somewhat precarious, stack.
Tipping the apple cart is turning order into chaos.
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On the right hand page, where the "Apple cart is being upset", go a little to the right until you find the binoculars, then a little down until you get to the group of 4 apples on a little paddle boat thingy, the sour apple without a beard is the one furthest on the left.
The phrase, "Don't put the cart before the horse," is an idiom. It means do not do things in the wrong sequence or order.
George Bernard Shaw
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To disrupt, be disruptive, agitate, upset the apple cart, bollix, confuse, unsettle, spoil, throw, screw up, disarray, discombobulate, disturb, rattle the cage, psych out, muddy the waters
Origin: Originated from the 1800s whereby a farmer would bring his applecart loaded with neatly piled, fresh apples for sale. Along comes a clumsy oaf who knocks over the cart, spilling all the apples.The farmer's plan to sell the apples is spoiled.
the apple of one's eyean apple a day keeps the doctor awaythe apple doesn't fall far from the treeone bad apple spoils the bunchcomparing apples and orangesthe big apple (referring to New York City)How do you like them apples?the apple of discordas American as apple piean apple for the teacherdon't upset the apple cart
At that seed cart on main street.
no onlly 1,2,and 3 Sorry to upset the apple cart but, a 4th Jaws movie exists. It's called Jaws: The Revenge and stars the sherrifs wife from the first Jaws movie and Michael Caine.
Putting the cart before the horse means doing things in the wrong order.
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It means something or someone causing a problem or causing a situation of chaos.
A Spanish word meaning 'burden'. There is also a Latin word, 'carricare' meaning to load on a cart
if a cart is traveling down a road at 55 mi/hr, how long will it take the cart to go 15 miles?
In many work situations historically, an animal-drawn cart might bog down in soft ground and a person would have to help by helping to turn one of the two wheels. Meaning of expression is get off the fence and participate, make your contribution; help get the desired result..
It depends whether a coal cart would cart coal?
The more appropriate term is "CART provider," though CART providers are also often referred to as captioners, captionists, or CART writers. CART is the acronym for Communication Access Realtime Translation, which is specifically recognized by the ADA as "effective communication access." CART providers are highly skilled, specially trained court reporters that use the same skills and equipment used for broadcast captioning. CART provides real-time verbatim translation of the spoken word into text for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. This service can be provided on site or remotely and is not to be confused with "note-taking services," which are meaning-for-meaning. CART is a word-for-word verbatim translation and includes environmental cues. Many clients receive transcripts of the proceedings. CART can be utilized in many environments including, but not limited to, classroom settings, workplace settings, religious services, weddings, funerals, doctor visits, social events, etc... See the National Court Reporters Association website (ncraonline.org) for a more detailed explanation of CART and to locate qualified CART providers.
The last name Carter is an English occupational name for a transporter of goods. From the Middle English word cart(e)meaning 'cart'.
One antonym of the verb 'cart' meaning to carry (from one place to another) is:leave (in the sense of 'leave behind')
agitate, bollix, confuse, disarray, discombobulate, discompose, disorder, disturb, mess up, mix up, muck up*, muddle, muddy the waters, psych out, put off, rattle, rattle one's cage, rummage, screw up*, shake, spoil, throw, unsettle, upset the apple cart
Synonyms for Disrupt: agitate, bollix, confuse, disarray, discombobulate, discompose, disorder, disturb, mess up, mix up, muck up, psych out, put off, rattle, rattle one's cage, rummage, screw up, shake, spoil, throw, unsettle, upset the apple cart.
Carter refers to a transporter of materials, especially using a cart. It is English in origin.
A man., The black grease on the axle of a cart or wagon wheel; -- called also gorm. See Gorm.