Definition of drive a coach and horses through in English:
British Make (something) ineffective: he’s driving a coach and horses through our environmental legislation
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- Because it's unwritten it's very easy to drive a coach and horses through, because it has no legal protection in text.
- But the legal people have told me they could drive a coach and horses through that one.
- The internet drove a coach and horses through this prim arrangement.
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