To run off at the mouth


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Related to To run off at the mouth: praise to the skies
Translations
reden wie ein Wasserfall
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It is tempting to run off at the mouth if asked to say a few kind words even if you know only a limited amount about the subject.
The thing is, if you're going to run off at the mouth you have to back it up.
Michael Bell is never one to run off at the mouth regarding his own horses, so when he reckons Redford is Group class, you'd have to think he looks well in today in the Bunbury Cup.