bull and cow

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bull and cow

slang An argument. The phrase comes from rhyming slang in which "cow" rhymes with "row" (in this case meaning a noisy quarrel or disturbance). Primarily heard in UK. A: "How long has that bull and cow been going on upstairs?" B: "Oh, all night long—that's why I had my earplugs in."
See also: and, bull, cow
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