rock the boat : Idioms in English

rock the boat

To disturb an otherwise stable situation
Usage:
When Katie questioned if the plan was a moral one, her teammates told her to be quiet and not to rock the boat.

rock the boat in News

  • David vs. Goliath in the 100 Acre Wood

    David Higgins and Craig Drew of Subaru Rally Team USA may be back-to-back champions, but at the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood, Ken Block has been king. Certainly, a win for Higgins would rock the boat and shake things up for the rest of the series. But then a storm dumps snow on the high-speed stages, placing the whole outcome into question. Can the teams keep it on the road in the treacherous ...
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Jalopnik

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